Earlier this month, Nvidia launched the GeForce Now cloud gaming service, which has become available to players around the world. The release of the project can be considered completely successful. According to the team of Jesen Huang, at the moment more than one million players are registered in the service.
Keep in mind that this refers to users who bought a paid Founders subscription for $ 5 per month. They provide improved service support, unlimited access to games, including projects with ray tracing, as well as a 90-day trial period. In addition, anyone can sign up for a free subscription limited to one hour of games per day.
Recall, the streaming service GeForce Now provides its users with access to a “cloudy” gaming PC that transmits content to lower-level systems, including laptops, tablets, old PCs, smartphones, and so on.
At the moment, GeForce Now has support for more than 1,500 games, including the latest news and popular multiplayer projects. As noted in a number of foreign reviews, the Nvidia GeForce Now has a smoother start without obvious problems and performance drawdowns compared to the same Google Stadia.