Nvidia officially launches the game-streaming service GeForce NOW

- Adrian Ungureanu

NVIDIA announced the launch of the new game-streaming service GeForce NOW which is available as a free beta compatible with most Windows-based desktops and laptops.

GeForce NOW can connect gamers to their library of games from many of the top digital stores — and starting today that includes Uplay PC, Ubisoft’s PC games portal.

The New Way to Game
GeForce NOW gives gamers the freedom to enjoy high-performance PC gaming just about anywhere. It connects a wide range of Windows and macOS computers to supercomputers in the cloud, streaming 1080p graphics at up to 120 frames per second.

Since the heavy-lifting happens in NVIDIA’s data centers, you can play the latest PC blockbusters at max settings, with smooth frame rates, even on PCs with low performance integrated graphics.

Simply connect to your library of games from popular digital stores, like Uplay PC and Steam, and start playing. Free-to-play games can also be installed directly.

GeForce NOW gets you playing faster than ever, as the system maintenance tasks are handled for you. Patches and driver updates are installed automatically, and cloud saves are enabled for cross-platform play.

GeForce NOW receives regular updates, including service enhancements, new games and additional data centers, the 10th most recently opening in Amsterdam.

The service is currently available in pubic beta for Windows- and Mac-based desktops and laptops in most of North America and Europe. The GeForce NOW app has been localized in French and German, with local language support for many top and diverse gaming experiences including PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, Arma 3, Garry’s Mod, Fortnite, and more.

Due to overwhelming demand, there is currently a waitlist to give the beta a try. Get yourself on the list today to join the free beta for either PC or Mac – and transform your computer into a state-of-the-art gaming rig!

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