Lost Ark is the latest game available on NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW service. If you want to play on the go or play on a variety of devices, now is the time to play Lost Ark via the cloud-based game service.
Cloud-based gaming is on the rise, and while playing MMORPGs through such services sometimes leads to mixed experiences, there’s no doubt that it holds great promise. With formal support for GeForce NOW, Lost Ark joins other titles like Dune: Spice Wars (which is now in Early Access), Conan in exileand new Battle Royale Vampire: The Masquerade – Blood Huntall of which were added to the service’s supported titles this week. Swords of Legends Online, Fourteen daysand Legends of the Secret World some of the other titles were already supported.
Lost Ark is also gearing up for May, with the rest of the published roadmap in the works, including the advanced destroyer class for the warrior. CM Roxx answered responding to player questions on the Class Releases forum, saying that Destroyer is coming in May, and “I would expect the older/”original” classes to be introduced before we get the newest class in the game,” since that’s also the way the original Korean ones are going version did things. However, there is potential for content roadmaps get a little shorter and more frequently, as long as the plans come together at a reasonable pace: “We’re considering sharing shorter ‘roadmaps’ frequently, but it also depends on working to incorporate that content as much as possible. Busy!!”
Another community concern addressed the population of the western European servers, with players noting that some of them have migrated over from the Europe-Central region to support launch queues, but now some of the servers have a dwindling population. There is confirmation that the team is monitoring this and trying to figure out what options are next.
For more information on the GeForce NOW release, visit see announcement here.
https://www.mmorpg.com/news/lost-ark-gets-geforce-now-support-and-possible-shorter-roadmaps-on-the-way-2000124923 Lost Ark is getting GeForce NOW support and possible shorter roadmaps along the way