GeForce NOW’s default settings are fine-tuned to optimize game performance, graphics and streaming quality for different membership types based on the cloud gaming rigs they connect to. These default settings are called Optimal Playable Settings (OPS). In most games, Priority members are able to override the default OPS with custom settings on a session-to-session basis.
For our Priority Members, the maximum frames rendered per second is generally set to 60, or higher, for most of the 1,100+ games we’ve onboarded so far. There are some exceptions that we determined do not run well enough at 60 FPS on the GPUs used by Priority members. So the default OPS for these specific graphics-intensive games cannot be overridden. This is to ensure all Priority members are running a consistent, high-quality experience. However, we do continue to stream these games at 60 FPS.
The graphics-intensive games are listed below with their default OPS, and the date they were added or updated:
|Dauntless||55 FPS||Jan 2020|
|Immortals Fenyx Rising *||48 FPS||November 2020|
|Cyberpunk 2077||45 FPS||December 2020|
|Assassin’s Creed Odyssey||45 FPS||December 2020|
|Jurassic World Evolution||50 FPS||February 2021|
|Dyson Sphere Program *||50 FPS||February 2021|
|Valheim||50 FPS||February 2021|
|Valheim||60 FPS||November 24, 2021|
|Path of Exile||50 FPS||March 2021|
|Outriders||55 FPS||March 2021|
|Outriders||60 FPS||November 24, 2021|
|Kenshi||50 FPS||May 2021|
|Biomutant||50 FPS||May 2021|
|Dying Light||50 FPS||June 2021|
* Dyson Sphere Program & Immortals Fenyx Rising were incorrectly added to this list.
We are always monitoring game performance and community feedback. We'll continue to evaluate OPS for these titles and, when possible, change them to ensure the best experience for our members. Any changes to this list will be updated in this FAQ.