Nvidia announced a new way where users on Mac and PC can play latest High end games without the the need of powerful hardwares. The company’s new version of GeForce Now services gives subscribers cloud-based access to GTX 1060 equipped rigs which allows streaming gameplay to their system.
As user signin into GeForce Now, they are presented with a standard Windows desktop that can be used to open up services like Steam, GOG, and Battle.net, among others. From there, it’s just a matter of installing the desired game from their existing library.
Nvidia previously launched the GeForce Now service in October 2015 — however, its scope was quite different at that time. Usage was limited to the company’s Shield family of portable gaming devices, tablets, and set-top boxes, and users paid a monthly subscription fee for access to a library of titles.
To enjoy GeForce Now service, Users will pay for a certain amount of hours. It will cost $25 to spend 20 hours gaming on a PC with a GTX 1060 graphics card, or 10 hours of access to a system with a GTX 1080 graphics card, according to a report from Ars Technica.
Nvidia plans to run an early access period for GeForce Now in March, with its official launch following later in the spring. It’s expected that the service will initially be exclusive to the United States before being rolled out in other regions.
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