Nvidia GeForce Now Lets You Stream Your Own Steam Games to Your Android Phone
Feb 4, 2020, 5:58 PM by Rich Brome
Nvidia has officially launched its GeForce Now game-streaming service, after years in beta. Like Google Stadia, the service runs full PC games on cloud servers and streams the video to your local device, such as a laptop or Android phone. But whereas Stadia requires new game purchases, GeForce Now lets you access games you've already purchased on the game platforms Steam, Epic, Battle.net, and Uplay. The basic tier of service is free, but limited to one hour of play at a time. The single paid tier offers faster startup and up to six hours at a time, for a limited-time price of $60/year after a free 90-day "introductory period". The service requires a fast connection: 15 Mbps minimum, 30 Mbps for 1080p60 quality, and 50 Mbps for the "best experience". Hundreds of games are fully supported and can be accessed quickly, and over a thousand others are supported but must be downloaded to a server at the start of each session.
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