Nvidia's GeForce Now adds support for new Apple M1-based Macs

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Nvidia continues to expand support for GeForce Now to additional platforms. The company announced today that the cloud gaming service is available on macOS devices based on the new Apple M1 CPU.

With the new Apple M1 support, GeForce Now will work only via the Rosetta 2 emulator. That means new Apple M1-based hardware will ask you to install Rosetta before you can download and install the GeForce Now app. The latest expansion follows the recent rollout of beta support for Chrome browser on Windows and macOS. Nvidia noted, however, that you'll have a better gaming experience through the app than in a browser.

Nvidia also announced that it is adding more games to GeForce Now in February such as Apex Legends Season 8, Valheim, and Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood. In addition, it's launching a demo for Square Enix’s Outriders game on GeForce Now on February 25.

In August of last year, GeForce Now also launched on Chrome OS after becoming live on other platforms such as Android and iOS. Nvidia also recently announced a regional expansion for the service.

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