GeForce Now is Nvidia's game streaming service that was just launched publicly.
- Free tier with a 1-hour limit
- Paid tier with priority access and 6-hour limit
- Access games on your Steam, UPlay, EGS libraries
- Totes 20ms latency, which is very good
- Works on many devices
- Ray tracing in the cloud
- No 4K
Is streaming appealing when you're on the go and you have access to part or all of your existing library?
What does everyone think?
I've been thinking Stadia is pretty much a non-starter without access to existing libraries. This could also mean that since the stores mentioned are working with Nvidia they may be contractually prohibited from also working with Google. On paper this is streaming done correctly.
I also head that you may be unable to sign up for Nvidia GeForce now if you are too far away from one of their server nodes, but that is unsubstantiated.