A Genshin Impact GeForce Now version has been announced and is in beta for Nvidia's game-streaming service on Windows PCs -- but only a lucky few people will be able to get it at first.
Things have been a bit up and down for Genshin Impact as of late. While yesterday's launch of Genshin Impact 2.4 added some mysterious new characters into the roster, censorship concerns were raised after Mihoyo announced that it would be changing outfits of some key characters for the Chinese region. Still, the game is plenty of fun for fans of action-adventure games -- and now a new platform is about the enter the mix.
How To Get Into the Genshin Impact GeForce Now Beta
The Genshin Impact GeForce Now Beta will let a lucky few players check out Mihoyo's free-to-play game on a new platform, and it really will come down to luck, it seems -- today's announcement implies that invites will be going to random players who already have Mihoyo accounts at some point in the future.
"Get ready for an epic fantasy adventure, Traveler. Genshin Impact is coming to GeForce NOW in a limited beta for GeForce NOW users on Windows PCs," read today's announcement (via Reddit). "To learn if you have access to the beta, members with a miHoYo account can search for Genshin Impact in the GeForce NOW Windows app to see if the beta is available."
Naturally, the Genshin Impact GeForce Now version will be made available to more players after the beta is completed. Still, there are plenty of other great games joining the GeForce Now roster this month, too, including Battlefield 5: Definitive Edition, the tactical SWAT shooter Ready or Not, and the veritable work of art Garfield Kart - Furious Racing.
You can join in on the game streaming fun by signing up for GeForce Now starting at $9.99 a month (although there is a free trial option available for you to check out, too). You can play Genshin Impact for free on PC, PlayStation, and mobile devices via its official website.
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