Following this big announcement, the GeForce NOW streaming service is on its way to Windows PCs with rapid steps. The service makes a connection between GeForce GTX 1080 PCs in data centers and renders games which have NVIDIA GameWorks tech as well as streaming them in high definition to the respective PCs.
In order to access this feature one needs to download the GeForce NOW app on his device and then connect to their GeForce GTX virtual PC. All that is left to do is download some of their favorite games from providers such as Steam, Battle.net, Origin and Uplay and start streaming.
GeForce NOW also has a neat feature of saving achievements and progress in cloud whilst at the same time synchronizing them with games which are already installed. This will give gamers the possibility of logging on other devices and get right back in the action where they were left on their main device.
When one wishes to register for NVIDIA GeForce NOW a free 8 hour run on devices which sport a GeForce GTX 1060 and a 4 hour run on PCs which have a GTX 1080 will be available for free but for the additional fee of $25 20 hours will be added on a GTX 1060 PC and respectively 10 hours on GTX 1080 ones.
This service is scheduled to make its debut somewhere in March for the United States and it will roll out in the rest of the world shortly after. If one is interested to have access to this amazing service offered by NVIDIA you are to sign up for an early access waiting list which is available on NVIDIA’s official website.