Published: 4th January 2017 | Source:Nvidia | Author: Mark Campbell
Nvidia announces Geforce Now for PC and Mac
Nvidia has announced that they will be bringing their Geforce Now subscription service to PC, allowing anyone with a decent internet connection to get into PC gaming.
This service will deliver PC gaming on demand, with a release date in March 2017 for early adopters with a price of $25 per month for 20 hours of gameplay.
Geforce Now will give gamers access to a gaming PC in a Pascal GPU farm, giving them access to storefronts like UPlay, Origin and Steam, allowing users to access their own accounts on these services and play their own games. This means that this $25 per month service will not come with any free games or a built in games library, which will be a dealbreaker for some.
Right now Nvidia has not released the PC system/bandwidth requirements for this service, though it is worth noting that this service offers terrible value when compared to competitors like PlayStation Now, which costs £12.99 per month in the UK and has no usage limits and has a free library of games for its users.
We will update the information included in this article as we learn more.
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