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Capcom’s Street Fighter 6 and Ubisoft’s XDefiant Debut on GeForce NOW

Street Fighter XDefiant Debut GeForce NOW
The Silicon Review
07 June, 2024

With a GeForce NOW Ultimate membership, players can stream the game in up to 4K resolution

Capcom's iconic Street Fighter 6 has officially debuted on GeForce NOW, NVIDIA’s top-tier cloud gaming platform, marking a thrilling milestone for gamers. This unveiling coincides with the much-anticipated launch of Ubisoft's XDefiant, leading a lineup of seven fresh games introduced to the platform this week, as highlighted in the NVIDIA Blog. Street Fighter 6, a revered addition to the legendary franchise, showcases a roster of 22 fighters, melding beloved World Warriors like Ryu and Chun-Li with newcomers like Kimberly and Jamie. The game offers three distinct modes: Fighting Ground, World Tour, and Battle Hub, blending traditional mechanics with contemporary enhancements to cater to both long-standing fans and newcomers alike. With a GeForce NOW Ultimate membership, players can stream the game in up to 4K resolution, ensuring each battle is richly detailed and captivating.

Ubisoft’s XDefiant also makes its entrance onto the cloud gaming service as a free-to-play first-person shooter, seamlessly blending intense gunplay with strategic team dynamics. Players can dive into fast-paced skirmishes, choosing between stealthy maneuvers or full-on aggression. Supporting up to 240 frames per second, the game delivers a fluid and immersive multiplayer experience for GeForce NOW Ultimate members. Moreover, GeForce NOW Ultimate and Priority members who are new to PC Game Pass can enjoy three complimentary months of Microsoft’s subscription service through a special promotion. This time-limited offer enables members to delve into high-quality Xbox PC titles such as Starfield and Forza Motorsport on NVIDIA GeForce RTX-powered cloud servers. This collaboration aims to elevate the cloud gaming experience by merging the vast libraries of both services, promising a heightened gaming odyssey for enthusiasts.