A GeForce Now user may have uncovered a massive number of upcoming unannounced games heading to PC, including titles from PlayStation Studios, Xbox Game Studios, and a lot more publishers.
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Nvidia has announced that GeForce Now is getting a new subscription tier for new members, which will cost double what existing users are paying. Current members will keep the $4.99 price, though.
Nvidia's cloud gaming platform, GeForce Now, has added support for the new Apple M1-based macOS devices. That said, it will work on this type of hardware only via the Rosetta 2 emulator.
Nvidia is expanding its GeForce Now cloud gaming service to more territories including Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Australia in partnership with a number of telcos in those countries.
Nvidia has launched its GeForce Now streaming service for iOS devices through the Safari web browser, though it's still in beta. Fortnite will be coming later with new touch-based controls.
Google has detailed the gaming abilities of Chromebooks, boasting of streaming services like Stadia and GeForce NOW. It adds that gaming apps' usage has tripled in the last few months.
Today, Nvidia announced that its GeForce NOW game streaming service is available for Chrome OS, although it's still in beta. You'll be able to play streaming games through the browser.
Another big batch of games are being removed from Nvidia's GeForce Now streaming service, with Xbox Game Studios, Warner Bros., Codemasters, and more publishers pulling out later this week.
2K Games has become the latest publisher to pull its titles out of Nvidia's game streaming service GeForce Now. Nvidia says it is working with the publisher to bring its experiences back.
Most Bethesda Softworks games are being removed from Nvidia's GeForce Now, except for Wolfenstein: Youngblood. The move comes after Activision Blizzard also pulled its games from the service.
Today, Nvidia announced that its game streaming service, GeForce Now, is out of beta. On top of that, it's turning RTX on for real-time ray tracing, and Chrome OS support is on the way.
Razer's booth at CES is always a lot of fun to visit, because you can actually test out the company's new products, and that means a break from the craziness of the show, and playing some games.
Nvidia is bringing its GeForce Now to Android smartphones, and it's now officially available in South Korea. The new GeForce Now app lets users remotely play PC games on their phones.
With the world increasingly moving towards digital distribution, the idea of streaming games become more popular by the minute, with Google reportedly working on a service as well.
Announced last year, and first launched on macOS, the Nvidia GeForce NOW streaming service dropped a free beta on PC at CES 2018, which allows gamers to rent hardware for their demanding games.
Nvidia has announced that starting later this year its GeForce Now would be available on desktop computers. Unfortunately, this isn't the same game streaming service found on Shield devices.