Nvidia's GeForce NOW streaming service is coming to Chrome OS

Today, Nvidia announced that you can now stream games to your Chromebook via GeForce NOW. In addition to PC, Mac, SHIELD, and Android, you'll be able to use the browser in Chrome OS to stream games on the service.

Game streaming is, well, a game-changer. While previously you'd need big, beefy hardware to play premium gaming titles, now you can play on just about anything. All you need is an internet connection and a mouse; Nvidia recommends a wired mouse, as you'd probably expect.

Nvidia also has a feature that lets you sync your GeForce NOW game with the version available on Steam. Called Steam Game Sync, it lets you sync up your progress from the cloud game and the local game, in case you've also got one of those beefy gaming rigs at home. Available on PC and macOS now, it's coming to Chrome OS soon.

To get started playing on Chrome OS, you just have to head to play.geforcenow.com and log in. Nvidia has a special deal running right now where you can get a six-month membership plus extra Hyper Scape content. You can sign up here.

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