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NVIDIA brings GeForce Now cloud gaming to PCs

You can now play big gaming titles without buying an expensive gaming PC as NVIDIA brings its cloud gaming platform to Windows and Mac.


Even though it has the same name as the streaming service offered to NVIDIA Shield users, GeForce Now for PCs is more of a rental. How come? You’ll be paying per hour — $25 for 20 hours of play on a remote GTX 1060 PC, or 10 hours of play on a remote GTX 1080 PC. Don’t worry, there’s a free trial available.


GeForce Now for PCs works like a virtual desktop with users log in on their PC. From there, users can load up their own versions of Steam, Battle.net, Origin, Uplay and GOG, not any new streaming app, and download any game they like. The game will then run on NVIDIA’s GRID servers through GeForce Now for an hourly fee.

Remember, the fees for GeForce Now doesn’t include the purchase of game titles. GeForce Now for Windows and Mac will start rolling out in March. You may head to the source link below to sign up for early access waitlist.


This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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1 Response

  1. Inreco says:

    I think GeForce Now Beta is only available in NA and EU as stated in the source link. It’s best to update the article so that it would not lead to false hope.

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