Minecraft is now a classic game. Almost every gamer has heard, seen or played the game at some point in their lives.
In part that's because Minecraft does not really require a heavy PC set up or system to run.
Yet availability is availability, regardless of how big or small a game is.
So the question remains, can you play Minecraft on GeForce Now? Here’s what you need to know.
Where is Minecraft on GeForce Now?
As per Forbes, Xbox Game Studios, today’s owner of Minecraft, dropped their titles for GeForce Now back in April 2020.
As a result, you won't find Minecraft on the NVIDIA streaming service at any point soon.
It's possible that Xbox Game Studios could opt to change this decision in the future; but for the time being, you'll have to make do with playing Minecraft on one of the many other platforms it's currently available on.
Other sandbox games on GeForce Now
Minecraft’s absence might be significant, yet there are still other sandbox games available in GeForce Now.
You can play the likes of Terraria and Astroneer on the platform.
Games on almost all genres are also present. To check if your favourite title is on GeForce Now, you may do so by going here.