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GeForce Now - Play your Steam/uPlay/Epic Games on the Cloud - Free or $6.49/Month (free 90 days trial)

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[NVIDIA Corporation] GeForce Now - Play your Steam/uPlay/Epic Games on the Cloud - Free or $6.49/Month (free 90 days trial)

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nvidia's GeForce Now Streaming service is now out of beta allowing anybody to stream their Steam, uPlay, epic games store, and battle.net library on their cloud servers to your PC, mac, or android device!

Link to client: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce-now/download/

List of supported games: https://www.nvidia.com/en-gb/geforce-now/games/

Couple of plans available:
  • Free tier - 1 hour play sessions
  • Founders $6.49 CAD /Month - "priority access", 6 hour play sessions, RTX enabled, free 90-day trial

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Newbie
Nov 19, 2017
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Why would anyone pay for this when steam has steam link which is free?
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With the membership, are you able to stream your entire Steam library, even the games that weren't initially supported by Geforce Now ?
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bilinz wrote: Why would anyone pay for this when steam has steam link which is free?
This plays from Nvidia's systems, not the one in your basement.

This is directly aimed at Microsoft's xcloud gaming service or Google's stradia IMO.
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I tried it out when it was in beta and was pretty impressed when streaming resident evil 2. The biggest advantage I find over google stadia is that you have full access to your steam library from anywhere.

edit: just tried it now and yea capcom games aren't allowed to be run now, bummer :/
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It’s dropped a lot of support from various publishers.

Beta was amazing in the beginning, but now GeForce Now has lost EA titles, Rockstar titles, and Capcom. There are a few more.

I think Nvidia felt the pressure to go public due to other clouds services being out now.

I was using the beta since 2017 and the promise of what it was and would be has really diminished.
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For anyone who hasn't tried this yet, it's basically renting a $3000 computer to play your games on remotely. Yes it lags a bit depending on how far you are from their servers. Yes you can play a lot of games but not quite every game.
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Have they finally started adding support for the Epic Launcher? I have so many free games on there too play but simply couldn't during the beta
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What kind of connection would you need to be able to play this smoothly?
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Does this run on the firestick4k?
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Dumb questions but I am curious to know if the service only works for Nvidia shield devices and is the 1-hour stream unlimited? Like is it a limit per day for 1 hour or game?
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this on the switch would be nice. (homebrew aside). they should cut a deal since they're partners.
think first, buy later.
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bilinz wrote: Why would anyone pay for this when steam has steam link which is free?
This is gaming through the cloud not through a second device linked to ur computer.
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rebel_rfd wrote: It’s dropped a lot of support from various publishers.

Beta was amazing in the beginning, but now GeForce Now has lost EA titles, Rockstar titles, and Capcom. There are a few more.

I think Nvidia felt the pressure to go public due to other clouds services being out now.

I was using the beta since 2017 and the promise of what it was and would be has really diminished.
Was wondering what happened to SF x Tekken. Sucks. :(
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I'm interested if I can play dota on my laptop with onboard hd graphics without framing or lag.
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jetertmac wrote: Dumb questions but I am curious to know if the service only works for Nvidia shield devices and is the 1-hour stream unlimited? Like is it a limit per day for 1 hour or game?
Works on any device, so Android has a client so does iOS I believe.

Works on Mac and Windows.
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Thanks, I will give it try. My aging X58 platform desktop gives ~20fps in cities skylines when the population is getting huge. If it turns out fine, I won't worry about upgrading desktop until DDR5 kicking in.
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TimDrake wrote: What kind of connection would you need to be able to play this smoothly?
50 Mbps, closer you are to the US border, better.

No 4K support or resolutions above 1080p, officially.

However, in the beta, I was able to go into the game settings and change the resolution, but you really need to be wired and have greater than 50 Mbps.
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I'm actually interested in this and Microsoft's solution as I'd like to do some pc gaming but prefer not to spend a ton on hardware. I think I might give it a try.

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