Already launched on Windows, MacOS, Shield and Android, Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service is in beta for Google Chromebooks laptops. Moving Google Stadia further on its own ground.
Available in final version since last April, after six years of beta testing, cloud gaming service GeForce Now has convinced us through its operating approach (we can use our own games if they are currently part of the compatible 650) and its mediocre quality (image and delay, in particular). So far, it has only worked through the GeForce Now app available on Windows, MacOS, Android and Shields. Driving Chromebook laptops to get into Google’s Chromos operating system, Nvidia now uses its GeForce Now service via simple web access.
To do this, chromebook users only need to sign in to their GeForce Now account or go to play.geforcenow.com to create a new one. By skipping the one-hour usage limit per session, it is always possible to take advantage of the free system by prioritizing servers and offering RTX ray-tracing, or paying a 5.49 of subscription per month for “founder” access. Technology.
To support launching this beta version on ChromeOS, Nvidia also offers a game-related offer Hyperscape : 6 months subscription, one Pass the battle For the first season of the game and the exclusive content for it, all for 27.45 or (4.575 / month).
By launching this new offer a few days before the start of the academic year, Nvidia will be targeting students who have purchased a Chromebook specifically for their studies and will be able to use their computer to play at night. Let AAA titles run as GeForce Now proposes. However, having a good internet connection is essential as cloud gaming is in high demand in this regard. As we mentioned in our GeForce Now test, a total of 10 Mbits / s speed starts to enjoy a satisfying experience.