Is GeForce Now down? How to check server status and maintenance

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If your Nvidia cloud gaming session was interrupted by a sudden network outage, you may ask: Is GeForce Now down? Well, you’ve come to the right place because we’ll be covering more on its server status, potential fixes, and any ongoing updates below.

With Nvidia continuing its reign at the top of the proverbial tech high table, numerous people unsurprisingly continue to make good use of its handy cloud gaming service. Unfortunately, like any software reliant on the internet, it can often be susceptible to ongoing issues and sudden outages. So, if you want to know whether the connection issues you’re experiencing are isolated or widespread, keep reading to find out.

Are GeForce Now servers down?

Yes, GeForce Now servers are down as of 11:30 PT / 2:30 ET / 6:30 PM GMT. According to Nvidia’s official page, which monitors its status, the service is currently experiencing a global outage, so you won’t be able to use it no matter where you are. However, its development team has implemented a fix to resolve the ongoing problems, so it should only be a matter of time until GeForce Now servers are back up and running.

Unfortunately, any session you may have been in will have to remain suspended for now. That said, we will continue to monitor the situation and provide any updates as soon as they become available.

How to check if GeForce Now servers are down?

You can head to Nvidia’s GeForce Now service status monitoring page for official word on the app’s current situation. Its development team also frequently provides updates on the same page, so you can immediately know whether the ongoing outages are close to being resolved. Alternatively, you can head to the cloud gaming service’s official Twitter/X account instead. However, it is worth noting that server updates are rarely posted there, so the service status monitoring page is still the way to go.

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