Gamers are buzzing with excitement over a rumor suggesting that Microsoft Flight Simulator might be coming to GeForce Now.
Nvidia GeForce Now is a subscription based cloud gaming service that provides gamers with unlimited access to games hosted on Nvidia’s server. It already has several Microsoft games available.
And it seems that one more Microsoft title is getting ready to arrive on GeForce Now (GFN).
Is Microsoft Flight Simulator coming to GeForce Now?
A recent tweet from Nvidia has sparked rumors that Microsoft Flight Simulator may arrive on GeForce Now this month.
The gaming community has been buzzing with anticipation (1, 2, 3) after Nvidia’s recent tweet. Several gamers are assuming that this tweet hints at Microsoft Flight Simulator’s potential arrival on GFN.
Moreover, Nvidia support’s response to a follower’s inquiry about more Microsoft games coming to the platform further reinforces the hope.
We’re working to bring additional Microsoft games to GeForce NOW and will continue to make announcements on GFN Thursdays. Stay tuned for more! (Source)
Since Nvidia has confirmed they are working to bring additional Microsoft games to GFN, gamers are anticipating that it’s Flight Simulator coming this time.
However, no official announcement has been made by either Nvidia or Microsoft on this yet. And it remains to be seen if the Flight Simulator is coming to GFN or not.
Moreover, it’s important to note that speculation and assumptions, no matter how reasonable they may appear, cannot be considered as solid proof.
And hence, gamers should be skeptical regarding this information until the official confirmation arrives.
That said, we will keep an eye on the latest developments and make sure to update this article accordingly.
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