Big cleanup possible as of May 31st
Nvidia is has decided to adopt a new Geforce NOW approach for publishers and while the service has been used by millions of gamers around the world and has over 200 publishers on board, things might change on May 31st.
But it gets Assassin's Creed and Far Cry series from Ubisoft
As Nvidia prepares for commercial service in June, it appears that Geforce Now will say farewell to some publishers, including Xbox Games Studios (Microsoft), but some games are coming to the service as well, including some from Ubisoft.
Big hit for the service
Although there are plenty of developers and publishers eager to get on the Geforce Now train, some big names are pulling out, and the latest is 2K Games, which means that some big titles are no longer available.
Promises 1500 new games
Now that the service is out of the beta phase and has officially launched, Nvidia has shared some numbers about its Geforce Now, including over one million registered users in just a few weeks since the launch.
With Ray Tracing for Geforce Now Founders
Nvidia has confirmed that CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077 will be available on Geforce Now the day it is released, which is great news for the service and was expected with the recent launch of limited edition Nvidia Geforce GTX 2080 Ti Cyberpunk 2077 Edition graphics card.
$4.99 for founders, free for an hour a session
Google launched the Stadia cloud gaming service in late November 2019, and it crashed and burned. Without going into too many details, it didn’t deliver what people had hoped and didn't let you play your games. Nvidia Geforce Now is now available for free to everyone, hour session at a time, while the Founder Edition costs $4.99, and offers priority and unlimited gaming. Most importantly, you can play most of the games you own.
Brings hard competition to Google Stadia at $4.99
Nvidia has finally pulled Geforce Now from the closed beta phase and has officially launched it as a game streaming service priced at $4.99.
For its GeForce NOW gear
The GPU maker named after a Roman vengence demon, Nvidia has launched an advice programme to help gamers identify the best routers for its GeForce now gaming service.
Spruces up 2015 and 2017 Shield console
Another day brings another OTA update for Shield 2015 and 2017 consoles and making the software "Shield Experience upgrade 5.1."
Self-driving vehicle advancements take the spotlight this year
On Wednesday, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took its gaming audience two years back by re-introducing its cloud-based game streaming service, Geforce NOW. The difference this time around, however, is that the platform will finally expand from its limited use on Shield Android devices and make its way to PC users worldwide.