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Nvidia's Geforce Now already has over 1 million registered users - 1500 games are coming!

Geforce Now has already proven popular amongst gamers

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Nvidia's Geforce Now already has over 1 million registered users - 1500 new games are coming!

Geforce Now has already proven to be a popular service amongst PC gamers, gaining over 1 million sign-ups over its first few weeks of widespread availability. 

Geforce Now is a cloud gaming service which gives its users access to an online gaming PC, which streams content to lower-end systems (laptops, tablets, Chromebooks, etc) and smartphones to grant its users access to the gaming potential of PC hardware on the go. Premium subscribers also gain access to Nvidia's RTX features, delivering raytracing to more devices than ever before. 

Nvidia has now claimed that Geforce Now has over 1 million "Founders", who are those who have signed up to the paid version of the service. That said, these users have a free 90-day trial period, which means that these users aren't paying customers, at least not yet. Even so, gaining 1 million users this quickly is a huge achievement for Nvidia, and proves that Geforce Now has a lot of future potential.  

Team Geforce has also confirmed that over 1,500 games are coming to the service, which will open up a wider variety of PC games to Nvidia's Cloud streaming platform.

When compared to cloud gaming services like Stadia, Nvidia's Geforce Now delivers an insane amount of gaming content. Thanks to Nvidia's PC-based could mentality, rather than the "console in the cloud" approach of Stadia, Nvidia has made it easy to bring existing PC titles to its cloud gaming platform. This gives Nvidia a huge advantage in terms of gaming content, especially for those who already own a gaming PC. 
 

Nvidia's Geforce Now already has over 1 million registered users - 1500 games are coming!  

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21-02-2020, 07:08:19

Warchild
I wonder though, how many subscribed thinking they had access to 100% of the library without having first purchased the games.

Nvidia have been transparent on that you need to own them first, but still I bet a healthy portion of those users took the first month/trial before realising this.

Then again, registered users mean nothing to me.Lets see how many "subscribers" they have after the first month or the 90day trial is over. Personally I like the idea. They just made high end gaming available to everyone with budget strapped setups. In my eyes, as much as we despise Nvidia for their greed, this will get them loyalty from some users.

Imagine seeing how sweet something looks at high end and then getting the feeling that you want this with all games you own. Win win for Nvidia.Quote

21-02-2020, 12:30:50

NeverBackDown
With all the free games Epic releases through their store if Nvidia and them are partnering that could be a big boost for Nvidia's subscriber count.Quote

21-02-2020, 18:04:39

Warchild
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
With all the free games Epic releases through their store if Nvidia and them are partnering that could be a big boost for Nvidia's subscriber count.
very good point tbh. Especially Assassin creed series. That will boost quite alot of subs .Quote

21-02-2020, 18:24:49

WYP
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
With all the free games Epic releases through their store if Nvidia and them are partnering that could be a big boost for Nvidia's subscriber count.
Add Xbox Game Pass titles to that and PC gamers would have a great combo.Quote

21-02-2020, 18:42:40

NeverBackDown
I'd only consider it worth it if I had a better laptop. That way I could play single player games away from home. But I don't travel a lot so there's also that

But yeah Epics free games and Xbox game pass makes this appealing.Quote
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