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NVIDIA brings GeForce Now to Chromebook!

Η NVIDIA released today a beta version of the service game streaming «GeForce Now", for software ChromeOS for Chromebooks.

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NVIDIA brings GeForce Now to Chromebook!

Unlike users Windows and Poppy, you will not need a built - in application to get started, while you can simply install it program your browsing in «play.geforce.now»And sign in to a new or existing account GeForce Now. As before, you need to have a few games to take advantage of the service. GeForce Now supports a number of titles from digital stores such as Steam, Epic Games Store and Uplay Ubisoft.

Chromebook extension is more than welcome, as GeForce Now does not make sense if you are sitting on home with a huge gaming equipment in front of you. But if you are on the go, or in a busy cafe for example, you will have a lot more fun.

If you have a cheap Chromebook, there is no way to play high-tech games like Control, without any kind of streaming. Google Stadia, one of GeForce Now's many rivals, is already supported on Chromebooks, but its game library is quite limited, both for Pro subscribers and for those who prefer to buy à la carte games.

Now, Chromebook users have a second choice, though GeForce Now has its own directory issues. Last February, when the service officially launched, many publishers were unprepared and immediately asked NVIDIA to pull out their catalogs. The company described the move as a "misunderstanding" and then changed its policy so that toy makers could choose the service. NVIDIA says GeForce users can stream "over 650 games," including "over 70 known free games." Additional titles will be added over time, including cyberpunk 2077.

ChromeOS may be the key announcement, but NVIDIA says it works on updates for PC, Mac, Shield and Android. Windows and Mac will support it soon Ansel, a screenshot tool that lets you take digital photos from any angle, add filters, and take 360-degree photos that are visible in virtual reality.

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NVIDIA brings GeForce Now to Chromebook!

GeForce Now is available for free on your Chromebook, although your sessions are limited to one hour and you often have to wait for a remote machine to be available. You can, however, pay $ 4,99 per month for membership, which raises the operating limit to six hours, giving you priority access and activates RTX acceleration. The company also offers a six-month membership fee for $ 24,95 that includes a battle token and a $ 69,94 package for Ubisoft's Hyper Scape battle royale.

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