NVIDIA officially launches the final version of the GeForce Now Game Streaming Service
NVIDIA officially launches the final version of the GeForce Now Game Streaming Service


After months of testing, NVIDIA today announced the final version of its game delivery service, GeForce Now.

Although the service (GeForce Now) can be considered a competition for the game transfer services from Google (Estadia) Stadia, the first service relied heavily on the user’s user’s computer locally on the device via an Internet connection when distributing a library. , Subscription allows users to broadcast games and dozens of computer games from the cloud.

(GeForce Now) also has a feature (Estadia) that allows users to access the current games library and connect it to the platform, for example B. (Epic Games) and (Steam) to choose more games.

When broadcasting from the cloud, the NVIDIA RTX server is responsible. This means that the smartphone emulates the performance of an advanced gaming computer without special hardware if the internet connection is fast enough.

(Geforce now) costs $ 5 a month with access to the founder option that allows users to play anywhere, without a time limit. However, the company plans to increase the offering price at a later time.

To access the service, users must download their applications on Mac OS, Windows and Android devices, including Nvidia Shield TV. Please note that the service is only available in countries near the NVIDIA server location to avoid reading the delay. The company now has 9 data centers in the United States, 5 data centers in Europe, one data center in South Korea and two data centers in Japan.



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