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The Awaited Sequel, Dragon's Dogma 2, Finds Its Way To GeForce NOW

The Awaited Sequel, Dragon's Dogma 2, Finds Its Way To GeForce NOW

An epoch of anticipation precedes the arrival of Capcom's majestic sequel - Dragon's Dogma 2, which is one of the two new titles securing their place in the GeForce NOW's expansive library this week. New Adventure Awaits - Get ready for a grand adventure, player!

This week on GeForce NOW, Dragon's Dogma 2, the long-anticipated successor to the renowned action role-playing game by Capcom, is now available for streaming. The game challenges its players with choices. Dragon's Dogma has garnered a loyal following due to its unique blend of action and RPG elements, not to mention the towering enemies that players could literally climb over. The sequel aims to return these elements and mix in a few new tricks to keep players on their toes.

GeForce NOW, NVIDIA's cloud-based gaming service, allows players to stream games from their library from anywhere in the world to their device of choice. With Dragon’s Dogma 2 added to that library, fans of the original game can carry on their adventure without the need for expensive gaming hardware.

Remember, the adventure extends with every choice that you make in the game, and this is magnified more by GeForce NOW's capability to let you indulge in your favorite games anywhere you prefer. The journey is grand, filled with challenges, unique combat experiences and enchanting exploration areas.

So, you may ask, how can you become part of this epic adventure? Dragon's Dogma 2 can be streamed through GeForce NOW, instantly available in the service's game library. Undoubtedly, the exceptional convenience and affordability of GeForce NOW make it the perfect platform for jumping on this epic adventure.

With GeForce NOW service, gaming is no longer limited by hardware constraints. You can experience the grandeur of Dragon's Dogma 2 regardless of your device. With the adventure that awaits, it's definitely time for you to arise!

Disclaimer: The above article was written with the assistance of AI. The original sources can be found on NVIDIA Blog.