Nvidia this week announced details of its new GeForce Now games subscription service that will be launching tomorrow offering subscribers a “Netflix of games” service for just $8 per month.
The GeForce Now service will launch offering a three-month free trial for those interested before the subscription of $8 starts to be taken. Providing a library of games that users can stream to the Shield Portable gaming hardware including Shield tablets and consoles.
GeForce Now will go live this Thursday in the US, Europe and Eastern Europe as well as Western Russia, Japan and South Korea offering around 60 games at launch to choose from. GeForce Now will stream PC games at up to 1080p resolution and up to 60 fps. Andrew Fear product manager for GeForce Now explains a little more :
Our Geforce Now service is faster than any of the latest generation consoles and the great thing is that we’re going to continue to update our hardware and our servers every year
For more information on the new GeForce Now game streaming service jump over to the Nvidia website for details or the PC World website via the link below.
Source: PC World
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