Cyberpunk 2077 will be available on Nvidia's streaming platform GeForce Now on the same day it is released in stores.
As revealed in a forum post, members of the cloud gaming service will be able to grab their copies on Steam.
"GeForce Now members will be able to grab their copy on Steam and play the game the moment it’s available," Nvidia community manager Cory Banks said.
"GeForce Now Founders members can explore the streets of Night City with RTX ON, fully optimized and instantly available, even on your Mac laptop. We’re thrilled to work with CD Projekt Red to bring its eagerly-anticipated game to GeForceNow."
Nvidia's streaming platform was launched earlier this month. The Founders subscription costs users $4.99 a month - it can be used on PC, Mac and Android phones. Days after GeForce Now launched, Activision Blizzard pulled its games from the platform.
The graphics hardware company has since claimed that the games were removed due to a "misunderstanding."
Earlier this week, the hardware giant announced a new Cyberpunk 2077 limited edition graphics processing unit. Only 77 of the cards have been made, to get one, you must participate in a competition on Twitter.
Initially said to have an April release, CD Projekt Red pushed the game back five months. The new release date is September 17th 2020. The Polish firm has confirmed that microtransactions will not feature in its new title.
Canadian singer Grimes will be a frontwoman in-game, as revealed at The Game Awards 2019.