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NVIDIA GeForce Now database allegedly reveals a bunch of unannounced games

A leaked list from NVIDIA GeForce Now may have potentially exposed some unannounced games, including Bayonetta 3, Gears 6, and Kingdom Hearts IV. NVIDIA has denied the games in the list are real, but nevertheless, it has fueled speculation. Some of the games on the list are ones that have not yet received a PC...

Here are the games available to stream on GeForce Now in August 2021

NVIDIA has revealed which games are coming to GeForce Now in the month of August. Subscribers can look forward to playing 34 new games on their GFN devices. As a cloud gaming solution, GeForce Now allows players to stream their Steam, Epic, and Ubisoft games to multiple devices. GeForce NOW tends to get large batches of...

Here are the games available to stream on GeForce Now in July 2021!

GeForce Now is the streaming service that allows users to play games via Nvidia’s servers. Games that users own on Steam, the Epic Games Store, and Ubisoft Connect can be streamed from GeForce Now to multiple devices. Nvidia is often adding games to the service and it announced that it’d be adding 36 games in...

GeForce GPUs are not coming to mobile anytime soon, says NVIDIA CEO

One of the biggest news that came out of this year’s Computex event was Samsung and AMD detailing their upcoming mobile GPU that both companies have been working on since 2019. As AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su revealed during the keynote, the next-gen Exynos will feature AMD’s RDNA 2 GPU along with support for ray...

GeForce NOW adds in-game overlay to Chrome, lays groundwork for Epic Games account linking

Out of all the currently available cloud gaming services, perhaps one of the most compelling ones is NVIDIA's GeForce NOW. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the continued lack of gaming hardware, whether it's new consoles or PC parts, in-store shelves, game streaming becomes more and more compelling in order to even be able to...

NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW sunsets its Founders tier in favor of Priority memberships

NVIDIA opened its GeForce NOW cloud gaming service to all just over a year ago. At the time, the company offered two tiers for subscribers -- Free and Founders. The Free tier offered 1-hour gaming sessions subjected to a waitlist but without any charge. On the other hand, the Founders tier offered priority access, up...

Microsoft Edge browser for Xbox Series X and S opens up new cloud gaming possibilities

Microsoft’s new consoles, the Xbox Series X and Series S, are excellent gaming machines on their own. The Series X is capable of 4K gaming, while the smaller Series S lets you enjoy next-gen titles at 1440p at a relatively cheaper package. But there is now a way to go beyond the list of Xbox...

NVIDIA GeForce NOW adds support for Chrome on Windows and macOS

One of the top cloud gaming services is NVIDIA's GeForce NOW, which launched its first browser-based client back in April of last year for Chromebooks. In November, NVIDIA made GeForce NOW available for iOS/iPadOS devices through Safari, bypassing Apple's App Store. At the time, the company said it planned to officially expand support for its...

LG’s 2021 TVs will support Google Stadia and GeForce NOW, run webOS 6.0

LG has announced a partnership with Google that will see Google Stadia come to webOS smart TVs later this year. The company will be the first TV manufacturer to natively support Stadia gameplay via webOS, LG said. GeForce Now will also make its way to webOS TVs later this year. “LG plans to have the new...

NVIDIA bypasses Apple’s App Store, launches GeForce NOW on iOS via Safari

Cloud gaming, or game streaming as some others call it, is promising to be the future of gaming, freeing up users from the constraints of physical hardware and letting them game anywhere thanks to the omnipresence of the cloud. Most big names have pitched in their own game streaming service, and while the ecosystem slowly...

Chromebook users can now claim 3 months of NVIDIA GeForce NOW

Gaming on a Chromebook has usually not been a great experience. In fact, it isn't even possible to play most PC games on a Chromebook due to the fact that few games have been ported to Chrome OS, and running Steam off of the Linux container has many limitations. Thanks to the advent of cloud...

NVIDIA enables AI upscaling in GeForce NOW and GameStream on the SHIELD TV Pro

At the end of last month, NVIDIA said it would enable AI upscaling support for GeForce NOW on the SHIELD TV Pro. True to its word, the company has issued an update to the NVIDIA Games app that should make games streamed locally or over the cloud look even better than they already do. When the...