GeForce NOW Cloud Gaming Service Now Available on Chrome OS

GeForce NOW Cloud Gaming Service Now Available on Chrome OS

NVIDIA today announced the launch of the GeForce NOW Open Beta Test for Chromebooks running on the Chrome OS operating system. Thanks to this, a portable work system can be turned into a full-fledged gaming monster.

For those who are not yet in the know, GeForce NOW is a cloud service that allows you to play the latest computer games on weak PCs, Mac computers, Android devices and game consoles like NVIDIA SHIELD. At the same time, high quality graphics are provided and the latest graphics technologies are supported, such as the same ray tracing in real time.

If you want, GeForce NOW is completely free to use. To do this, you just need to create an account on the service website for free. However, the time of one game session in this case will be limited to one hour.

For $ 5 per month, the user will have access to more than 650 different game titles. In addition, NVIDIA is currently running a promotion offering a six-month GeForce NOW subscription for $ 25 with access to exclusive gaming content inside the new Hyper Scape multiplayer shooter. In the form of individual offers, purchases will cost $ 65. Also, the GeForce Now service offers synchronization of game libraries on Steam and Epic Store.

The company also promises to add potential hits like Cyberpunk 2077, which is slated for release on November 19, to its gaming library.

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