Nowadays, companies are working hard on Cloud Gaming, the future of gaming. Some examples of such gaming are Microsoft Project xCloud and Google Stadia. In order to make gaming more accessible to everyone, companies are attempting to move everything to the cloud, including the hardware also. One of such platform and the strongest one is Nvidia Geforce Now. GeForce Now offers users the choice to play games in the cloud without needing users to update their hardware whatsoever.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”bzyqm5d3e04029f48f”]
Nvidia recently announced its plan to bring game streaming service GeForce Now for Android Mobile devices. However, right now, the service is already available in beta to Windows, Mac, and Nvidia Sheild users. It is set to be released on Android mobile devices later this year, allowing users to play games on their choice of devices.
GeForce Now enables users to connect to a remote PC and install their games which they bought on Steam, Uplay, Battle.net, and other platforms, unlike Google Stadia. As a result, it becomes an alternative for those who are on underpowered hardware and opens the door for people who won’t be able to play on a computer all the time.
Nvidia announced that GeForce RTX servers had started the roll-out. Gamers in Germany and Northern California will get the first advantage of GeForce RTX performance. Afterward, they will expand the datacenters throughout entire Europe and North America providing next-generation gaming in the cloud. Thus, it will bring extraordinary performance and ray-tracing technology to cloud gaming service. Nvidia claims that with low latency 5G networks VR and AR are also possible on any device.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”zxikm5d3e04a8f1451″]
It is not clear which Android devices will be included for GeForce Now beta Service although, flagship devices from Samsung and LG are mentioned. Many games will not support touch screen controls, so Nvidia recommends users to play with a Bluetooth Controller such as Nvidia Shield controller or alternatives from Steelseries/Razer.
Request for Beta access here before it rolls out publicly if you want to try the service.