Geforce Now is a cloud based gaming service that is streamed by the platform called Nvidia. It provides users with a vibrant library of games that can be played on any device, from your phones to your smart TVs. The users will be granted lifetime access to the games hosted on the server. Initially, GeForce Now had a network of servers spanning across the European subcontinent, allowing games to be streamed in the highest resolution of 1080p. Now, it has developed a ‘bring your own game’ model which allows users from all over the world to stream their own games on the server.
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Key Features Of GeForce Now
- Free Subscription
It is not necessary that you have to pay to access GeForce Now. Even without paying, you can play supported games in full high resolution. The only drawback is that you can play continuously for an hour before getting booted off the server. You have to stand in queue to rejoin the session. The library has an expansive library of games with great graphics so you needn’t worry about losing progress. Your game will be saved and you can promptly move to the next one once your session resumes.
- Compatibility With All Devices
It doesn’t matter whether you are operating from a mobile device or a smart TV. GeForce Now has graphic cards that are compatible with all devices. This means you can play games like Halo that have powerful graphics equally well on both your phone and your TV. Initially, Nvidia’s Shield TV set boxes were required to use the gaming services. But now, all you need is a minimum internet connection of 50 mbit/s so as to stream games in 1080/60p.
- Licensed Games
GeForce Now plays host to games licensed by big names like Sega and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. Although game publishers like Activision and 2K recently pulled their games, the library still consists of high profile games like Grand Theft Auto, Assassin’s Creed and Fortnite.
How To Download It On PC
Nvidia developed GeForce Now for PC and Mac in 2017 but it isn’t the same offering as Android based Geforce Now. If your computer’s compatibility doesn’t fit with Nvidia’s high performance graphic cards, then you can download the Android version instead to get the best experience.
There are two ways to do it:
- Using Bluestacks
Step 1: Download Bluestacks from the link www.bluestacks.com
Step 2: Access Google play store once it launches. You will need to sign in to your Google account first.
Step 3: Look up GeForce Now. Click on it so it can download onto your Bluestacks screen.
Step 4: You will be able to access your gaming library from Bluestacks.
- Using NoxPlayer
Step 1: Download NoxPlayer from the link www.bignox.com.
Step 2: Once again, you will find Google play store opening launching of the app. And you will have to sign in to access it.
Step 3: Look up GeForce Now and click on it so it downloads.
Step 4: Finally, your gaming library is available for indulgence in the Nox home screen.