Stream games you own on your favorite PC stores like Steam using the power of NVIDIA hardware.
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What is GeForce NOW?
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.
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It is a good online gaming experience. I would give it 5 stars if it saved Epic Games login. Every once in a while I have to relogin to Epic Games, but besides that it is pretty good. You also have to wait a long time sometimes unless you have the paid version but I have free and don't mind waiting. I recommend for chromebook users.
Great gaming experience. Real PC games.
You can play games you bought on various platforms.
I've tried (played for days) Cyberpunk 2077 with all graphics turned up, and RTX on, as well as Destiny 2.
At 1200x1920 (16:10 ratio) on my MacBook Pro, over wifi (ac, with a 70 Mbps down and 5 Mbps up cap; ping was about 20) at 60 frames per second.
I only am reminded that I wasn't playing locally when my router reboots (every 5 hours).
You can try it free, the subscription is cheap, though, and RTX was worth it for me.
When it works, it is a decent platform. There are some issues with latency but in general, I would 4 star it. The thing is, overall takes lower than 1 star because it hardly works. At the moment I am waiting for 30 hours for it to patch a game. (Steam and PCs did the patch in approx 1 day) This follows 2 more days of "patching", and all this with the release of a new map and the beginning of a game event. Meaning there isn't a chance for me to catch up on this server at all. If you buy a yearly subscription, you don't get a refund, no matter if their platform works or not. I would say, just stay away, use the free plan, and don't start a game that needs you to be punctual. You won't be.
No support for any joysticks, and controllers are very limited.
Exclusive to discontinued & broken hardware. In short, worthless.
It works very well, especially for games on steam. It doesn't allow for mods beyond those of the steam workshop right now, however.
Work fast and great!