How Come PSO2 Isn't On GeForce Now Yet? It's probably a good idea to get it on GeForce Now before New Genesis arrives!

GeForce Now is a cloud gaming service which allows people to play high-end games like Cyberpunk 2077 on their ancient toaster. I think it's a good idea to get it on GeForce Now as soon as possible. What do you guys think?

you don't want to play a online game through a streaming service, differently from Japan and South Korea that have pretty strong internet services the rest of the world is not in that point and GeForce Now is a streaming service that work well with non online games but when you put a online game in a streaming service you just gonna raise the input delay even more, so until the internet service is not in the same level of Japan putting PSO2 in GeForce Now will be horrible

@Jamesmor said in How Come PSO2 Isn't On GeForce Now Yet? It's probably a good idea to get it on GeForce Now before New Genesis arrives!:

you don't want to play a online game through a streaming service, differently from Japan and South Korea that have pretty strong internet services the rest of the world is not in that point and GeForce Now is a streaming service that work well with non online games but when you put a online game in a streaming service you just gonna raise the input delay even more, so until the internet service is not in the same level of Japan putting PSO2 in GeForce Now will be horrible

No clue what you are talking about. Online games and offline games are still both online when you are doing cloud gaming. Whether there's delays or not depends on how good your own internet is. For example, if you have fiber optic you will not see delays at all.

@Zarozion said in [How Come PSO2 Isn't On GeForce Now Yet? It's probably a good idea to get it on GeForce Now before For example, if you have fiber optic you will not see delays at all.

you really don't know how internet works, optic fiber will not prevent you from having delays it will only allow to the signal to move with less interference also there's the routing servers that are the ones responsible to direct signals and those are the ones that affect more the delays than the cables itself so in the moment you are using a streaming service to play a online game you are just putting even more of those servers in the way

There used to exist a GeForce Now version (branch) viewable on SteamDB that was added back in August but it has since disappeared in October. I wonder what happened to it?

Even if the experience is less than ideal, not everyone has latency issues with streaming services, and as long as you are near to the servers providing the stream and have a straight shot to them it'll work well enough. They'd just be the data caps to contend with in countries that unfortunately have them.

New Genesis drops Perfect Attacks so there's less timing required with attacks. Dodging and Perfect Guarding will be a bit trickier though with the stream latency.

@Jamesmor said in How Come PSO2 Isn't On GeForce Now Yet? It's probably a good idea to get it on GeForce Now before New Genesis arrives!:

@Zarozion said in [How Come PSO2 Isn't On GeForce Now Yet? It's probably a good idea to get it on GeForce Now before For example, if you have fiber optic you will not see delays at all.

you really don't know how internet works, optic fiber will not prevent you from having delays it will only allow to the signal to move with less interference also there's the routing servers that are the ones responsible to direct signals and those are the ones that affect more the delays than the cables itself so in the moment you are using a streaming service to play a online game you are just putting even more of those servers in the way

I don't think you know what you're talking about but it runs just fine with MMOs. =/