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Genshin Impact is officially launching on GeForce Now on June 23

After adding Mass Effect Legendary Edition to its ever-growing portfolio of games earlier this month, Nvidia is now gearing up to bring the popular RPG Genshin Impact to GeForce Now. Today, the company announced that Genshin Impact will launch on GeForce Now on June 23, and shed light on some of the other games and...

Mass Effect Legendary Edition the latest to join Nvidia GeForce Now

It's Thursday again which for cloud gaming fans means only one thing. Nvidia is back once more with another batch of games joining the GeForce Now catalog. This week's count sits at 10 with a good mix of titles, including something for cycling fans a few weeks out from the start of the Tour de...

The best gaming laptops you can buy in 2022

Gaming is one of the most popular forms of entertainment right now, and personally speaking, it's also the best one. But unlike many other forms of entertainment, gaming requires specific and often expensive hardware to enjoy. It can be hard to find something you like, and when you're spending upwards of $1,000, you want to...

Nvidia GeForce Now library to grow by 25 throughout June

The first Thursday of the month means one thing for cloud gaming fans. Nvidia has outlined the June plans for GeForce Now with 25 titles slated to hit the service over the course of the next month. Seven of these are available to play from today. In addition to the new games being added, Nvidia is...

Roller Champions headlines 10 new games joining Nvidia GeForce Now

It's Thursday again which for cloud gaming enthusiasts means another slate of games joining Nvidia GeForce Now. It's a fairly big week this time around, with 10 new titles being added to the catalog. The headline act is Roller Champions, Ubisoft's new free-to-play roller skating title that's a lot more fun than you might think. Roller...

12 new games add support for NVIDIA DLSS and ray tracing, including HITMAN 3 and F1 22

NVIDIA had several exciting announcements to make at Computex 2022. Not only did the company showcase its first-ever Arm CPU, but it also revealed the next-gen lineup of monitors with a 500Hz refresh rate and new RTX-branded gaming laptops. Alongside these hardware announcements, NVIDIA also confirmed the next set of games getting DLSS and ray...

NVIDIA showcases Grace reference designs with its first Arm CPU at Computex 2022

NVIDIA went mum on new GeForce announcements at Computex 2022, but it did showcase some new reference designs powered by its first Arm CPU. The first wave of systems with NVIDIA Grace CPU Superchip and Grace Hopper Superchip will ship in H1 2023. These new reference designs will be used to power a new class...

Fortnite with touch controls now available to all iPhone and Android players on NVIDIA GeForce Now

The losers in Epic Games massive spat with Apple (and to a lesser extent, Google) were always the Fortnite players. But where there's a will, there's a way, and iPhone players especially can rejoice: Fortnite is back as a proper mobile game with touch controls. All thanks to a collaboration between Epic Games and NVIDIA...

LineageOS 19 builds are here for the Samsung Galaxy S10, POCO F2 Pro, POCO F3, and more

The LineageOS team has been hard at work extending official LineageOS 19 builds based on Android 12 to as many devices as possible. The developers released the first official builds for nearly 40 devices back in April and added some more smartphones to the roster over the next few weeks. Now, the maintainers have extended...

NVIDIA fined $5.5 million for failing to disclose cryptomining profits

NVIDIA Corporation will have to pay $5.5 million to the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) for failing to disclose that part of its revenue growth came from selling gaming GPUs for crypto mining purposes. According to the SEC, the company failed to disclose this information for two consecutive quarters for the fiscal year of 2018. During...

Nvidia GeForce Now app is now native on Apple M1

GeForce Now is Nvidia's game streaming platform, built to play Windows-based PC games on the cloud across desktop and mobile platforms. Nvidia just released a new update for the GeForce Now service, which includes an M1-native Mac app. GeForce Now has been available in web browsers for a few months now (many of which are M1-native),...

NVIDIA Shield TV update 9.0.2 rolls out with a ton of bug fixes

Back in January, NVIDIA officially released Shield Experience 9.0.0 to all of its TV devices — including the original 2015 model. This update saw devices upgraded to Android TV 11 while also bringing in support for the next generation of GeForce NOW cloud gaming in 4K HDR. However, just like most major software updates, it...