After first unveiling their new GeForce Now cloud gaming service roughly 12 months ago, NVIDIA have this week announced at CES 2018 that the GeForce Now cloud gaming service now contains more than 50 PC games available to paid members. The service also offers the ability to purchase and play new games instantly without the need to download any large updates or the initial game. The GeForce Now cloud gaming service launched for Macs last summer and is at long last launching today on PC, as a free beta. NVIDIA recommends that if you want to get the most from the service you will need an Internet connection offering 25Mbps or better which will then allow you to play games at up to 1080p and 120Hz.
All you need to do to get started is download and install the GeForce NOW app, create an account and set up new games. All patching, game configuring and driver updates are automatically Managed by the GeForce NOW cloud servers, allowing you to concentrate on the gameplay. Check out the video below to learn more about what you can expect from the playability which seems to be pretty good considering that the games are being played in the cloud through an Internet connection and not from your local PC or Mac.
The service allows you to select games from your personal library of PC titles or purchase new ones from the digital store of your choice, like Steam and Uplay for PC. The system currently supports any Mac system running macOS 10.10 or better and even allows you to play on your Mac without the need to worry about installing Bootcamp, Parallels or similar. GeForce NOW uses the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics cards allowing you to play demanding new AAA games on your older Mac or PC hardware without any issue. More details and to download for your Mac or PC jump over to the official Geforce Now website via the link below.
Source: NVIDIAFiled Under: Gaming News, Technology News, Top News