NVIDIA’s game streaming service is free to use on Windows PCs
GeForce NOW, NVIDIA’s game-streaming service was announced at CES 2018 as a free beta for billions of under-powered PCs and desktops running Windows.
The GeForce NOW service will allow you to connect to your library of games from lots of top digital stores such as Uplay PC which is Ubisoft’s PC games portal.
Enjoy game streaming at 1080p resolution
Gamers who have a high-speed Internet connection will be able to enjoy game streaming at 1080p resolution. They will also be able to reach up to 120 frames per second as well.
Most of the heavy work will take place in NVIDIA’s data centers, and this means that gamers will not have to worry about all kinds of system maintenance tasks. In other words, driver updates and patches will get installed automatically and the cloud saves will be enabled for cross-platform play.
Availability in Europe and North America
This free beta version is available for PCs and desktops running Windows in most of North America and throughout Europe. You will be able to play in high-res and smooth frame rates.
The GeForce NOW application will support massive titles such as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Garry’s Mod, Arma 3, Fortnite and more amazing games. New titles will be added to the service all the time.
Join the waitlist
You will be able to experience GeForce NOW for machines running Windows for free during the beta period, and all you have to do is own a great Internet connection, live in Europe or North America, and request access to the beta via the waitlist. NVIDIA will get in touch with you when there’s availability. To join the waitlist, you have to head over to NVIDIA’s official website and follow the instructions.
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