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  1. Nvidia doubles the price of GeForce Now membership The Netflix of gaming closes in on 10 million users after just two years. (Image credit: Nvidia) Nvidia's GeForce Now is celebrating its second year of existence by bumping up the price from $4.99 (£4.99) a month to $9.99 (£8.99) as of today. Existing users that have signed up with the Founders membership scheme will continue on the original pricing plan, but new members will only have the option of the new Priority Membership at the higher price. As it approaches 10 million members, Nvidia says
  2. Nvidia's GeForce Now adds support for new Apple M1-based Macs Nvidia continues to expand support for GeForce Now to additional platforms. The company announced today that the cloud gaming service is available on macOS devices based on the new Apple M1 CPU. With the new Apple M1 support, GeForce Now will work only via the Rosetta 2 emulator. That means new Apple M1-based hardware will ask you to install Rosetta before you can download and install the GeForce Now app. The latest expansion follows the recent rollout of beta support for Chrome browser on Window
  3. GeForce Now cloud gaming now available on Chrome browser It comes after Nvidia added Safari support in November. Screenshot by Lori Grunin/CNET Nvidia this week added Chrome browser support for its game streaming service GeForce Now. According to release notes, beta support for GeForce Now gaming on Google's browser is now available for Windows and Mac users. GeForce Now via Chrome browser has also added a way to create bookmarks and shortcuts for your favorite games. To do this, just click on a game to open the details, select +Shortcut and creat
  4. GeForce NOW is expanding to new territories in 2021 Coming to Australia, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey thanks to GeForce NOW Alliance Nvidia has just revealed that its game streaming service GeForce NOW will expand to Australia, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia later this year. This expansion is possible thanks to the GeForce NOW Alliance, a partnership with telecommunication providers utilizing optimized Nvidia RTX servers placed on the edge for the purpose of low-latency game streaming. GeForce NOW and GeForce NOW Alliance server map Today Nvidia has announc
  5. For a while now you've been able to stream games using NVIDIA GeForce NOW in your browser, however it looks like NVIDIA will be making that a bit more official for Linux. Currently on certain platforms like Windows and macOS, NVIDIA have a dedicated downloadable application for their GeForce NOW streaming service. They expanded support into the browser for ChromeOS / Chromebooks in the Summer, which initially needed other platforms to spoof their browser string to ChromeOS but that hasn't been needed for a while. In a recent announcement about support for G
  6. Bethesda has removed its games from Nvidia GeForce Now Bye bye Bethesda (Image credit: Nvidia) In a fresh blow for Nvidia's fledgling GeForce Now cloud streaming platform, Bethesda has removed its games from the service. In a post on the Nvidia forums, an official representative listed exactly which games are being withdrawn and it seems to be all of them but one: Wolfenstein Youngblood. The full list of removed titles is as follows: Teething problems The exact reason for Bethesda's withdrawal is unclear b
  7. Weeks after launch, Nvidia’s GeForce Now attracts a million streaming gamers But that number likely includes a lot of free trial lookie-loos. Enlarge / A million games are part of GeForce Now now. Nvidia announced this week that over a million people have signed up to use GeForce Now to stream games from Nvidia's central servers. The announcement comes just a couple of weeks after Nvidia first opened the service up to the general public. Those user numbers were no doubt helped by the presence of GeForce Now's fre
  8. Nvidia GeForce Now gets 19 shiny new games, after losing a few big ones The cloud gaming service is soldiering on (Image credit: Enplex Games) For now at least, Nvidia’s promising new GeForce Now cloud gaming service seems to be in a grin-and-bear-it situation. Mere weeks after its February 2020 launch, it already lost a few major publishers, which was a big blow to what was an impressive library that included top titles like the Borderlands franchise, Call of Duty games, Bioshock, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and World of Warcraft.
  9. Nvidia’s GeForce Now loses 2K Games titles, following Activision and Bethesda 2K publishes BioShock, Borderlands, and more Nvidia said today that game publisher 2K Games is pulling its library from the company’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service at 2K’s request. “Per publisher request, please be advised 2K Games titles will be removed from GeForce NOW today. We are working with 2K Games to re-enable their games in the future,” said Nvidia community manager Cory Banks in a post on Nvidia’s forums. When asked for co
  10. Nvidia’s GeForce Now is becoming an important test for the future of cloud gaming The cloud gaming service is controversial among developers. Here’s why Image: Nvidia Nvidia’s GeForce Now took yet another hit this weekend with a new publisher pulling its software from the cloud gaming service. That’s because GeForce Now, unlike competing services like Google Stadia, lets anyone who purchases a digital game on Valve’s Steam marketplace reinstall it on a virtual machine and play it using its cloud platform.
  11. Nvidia GeForce Now is bleeding games, is it still worth your time and money? Opinion: building a gaming PC is still the best way to play PC games (Image credit: Nvidia) Nvidia GeForce Now hit the streets like a month ago, and in what was a surprise to literally no one, it is the best game streaming service on the market right now. It's not without its flaws, though. For starters, it seems like all kinds of developers are suddenly pulling their games from the service, from AAA heavy hitters like Bethesda to Indie develop
  12. Ubisoft will be sticking with Nvidia GeForce Now as publishers abandon service Publisher throws cloud gaming service a much-needed lifeline (Image credit: Nvidia) Ubisoft has thrown its weight behind Nvidia by pledging to “fully support” the company’s beleaguered GeForce Now cloud gaming service. It’s been a rough couple of weeks for Nvidia. Since GeForce Now left its beta period just a few weeks ago, dozens of games have been removed from its catalogue from a number of high-profile publishers. These include 2K, Activisi
  13. GeForce Now loses all Activision Blizzard titles weeks after launch Overwatch, Call of Duty, World of Warcraft and more affected. Nvidia has announced that all Activision Blizzard games available on its GeForce Now streaming service will soon be removed from streaming play at the publisher's request. The move affects a number of GeForce streamable games on Blizzard's Battle.net launcher, including Overwatch, World of Warcraft, Starcraft 2, and the Call of Duty series (Destiny 2 is still streamable since Bungie split with Activision just over a year ago).
  14. It looks like Nvidia has delayed billing for GeForce Now Founders until June Early adopters of the service won’t make initial payment until June (Image credit: Nvidia) Update: we've got a screenshot of the email in question, and now we can confirm that this is official. Nvidia has reportedly told GeForce Now Founders that they’ll have their initial billing payment date pushed back until June. An apparent email sent to Founders was posted on the ResetEra forums, where Nvidia apparently said: "As you can
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