Nvidia pulls out of the beta to GeForce Now and launches officially

Took several months in beta version, but finally, this February 4, Nvidia made official its platform GeForce Now, that is your tip of the spear to enter fully to the war of streaming of video games and give tough fight to Google Stay and Project x Cloud Microsoft.

As it says in the same company, “GeForce NOW instantly transform itself into almost any laptop, desktop computer, Mac, SHIELD TV or mobile device Android on the platform of PC games that you have always dreamed of. Play instantly PC games are more demanding and plays without problems in your devices”.

NVIDIA GeForce Now

Of course, because you do not need a specific hardware to be able to play in the united States and Europe with games at a maximum resolution of 1080 p and a rate of 60 fps.

The minimum requirements for now are:

  • In Mac, you need a computer running at least macOS in version 10.10.
  • On a PC it is need Windows 7 64-bit or later.
  • On a phone with Android should have a 5.0 version of Android or higher.
  • A Shield TV or tablet Shield

With regard to the internet are required:

  • 15 MB/S to use a resolution of 720p at 60 fps.
  • 25 MB/S to use a resolution of 1080p at 60 fps.
  • Important: Internet via Wifi in the 5GHz band, but recommend that it be by cable.

Also you can play with the controllers Sony Dualshock 4, the Shield, the Xbox One or the Xbox 360, as well as keyboard and mouse on laptops.

There are available over 400 games available platforms as Epic Store, Steam, Blizzard, and will be updated in the measure that it goes by weeks.

“There are hundreds of games from over 50 publishers, once you have them, are available to play instantly. All these games are repaired automatically in the cloud, so your library is always ready”, indicate in Nvidia.

Price and subscriptions to GeForce NOW

The free membership provides one-hour sessions with standard access to the servers GeForce NOW. There is No limit to the amount of sessions that you can play. All members of beta GeForce NOW automatically have converted their accounts beta to this free plan.

Players can also upgrade to a premium experience in the section Founders. These members will enjoy priority access to the servers GeForce NOW before the free members and extended sessions of up to six hours. They will also have exclusive access to the content RTX in GeForce NOW.

The first three months are free, followed by a discounted fee of $4.99 usd per month to around 2020.

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