NVIDIA has recently announced on CES 2017 that they will be bringing their service subscription called NVIDIA GeForce Now to PCs. As a result, anyone who has a decent Internet connection will be able to get into PC gaming.
NVIDIA GeForce Now Subscription
NVIDIA?s GeForce Now subscription is previously exclusive to NVIDIA?s own Android-based devices called Shield. NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsung Huang announced the imminent launch of the service during their company?s CES press conference. In addition, Huang demonstrated GeForce Now?s capabilities by playing one of the most graphically demanding games on iMac.
Huang used it to play Square Enix?s Rise of the Tomb Raider using an iMac. For those who are unaware, an iMac is an Apple machine that isn?t capable of running the mentioned game above. However, it is now able to play even the most graphically intensive game, namely Rise of the Tomb Raider thanks to NVIDIA?s GeForce Now.
Huang described the service as ?basically a GeForce gaming PC on demand.? He also added that the service is designed and made for people who didn?t have access to a gaming computer. It is also made for the people who can?t build a gaming computer, or for those who play games infrequently.
NVIDIA GeForce Now Price & Release Date
GeForce Now?s price will start at $25 for 20 hours of play. In addition, there will be a lot of GPU tiers open for the people. It is important to realize that streams that have more advanced graphics will cost more. The current price might put people off the service.
However, GeForce Now is undoubtedly a good service subscription for people who wants to play the latest triple-A games using a Mac. As for NVIDIA GeForce Now release date, it will become available for users this coming March.
All in all, this subscription is pretty similar to Sony?s own service subscription which will enable you to play PlayStation exclusive games via PC. Furthermore, it is great to know that Mac users will now be able to play triple-A games without a hitch.
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