Nvidia GeForce Now is a service name of Nvidia related to cloud gaming. The shield version of Nvidia GeForce Now was formerly named Nvidia Grid. They launched its beta version in 2013, and then they officially revealed its final name on September 30, 2015.
GeForce Now (GFN) seems like a blessing from heaven. Games running on a virtual excellent quality PC in one of Nvidia’s servers can stream on your operating systems like Windows, Android gadgets, and macOS. They are not providing any support on the iPhone or iPad. And also, they don’t have any plans for these operating systems. The games are ones you previously purchased on Steam, Uplay, the Epic Game Store, and Battle.net. They also said that soon they are going to introduce a new Nvidia web player. It will use webRTC to release game streamings via the browser. So the support of the Chromebook will arrive soon.
You don’t need to buy games that you have already purchased. You can have GFN right currently for nothing. But it is not entirely free. Nvidia GeForce Now provides two different services tiers for his starters. One is “Founders,” and the other is “Free.”
The “Free” users can stream only for one hour in a single log. After the completion of the first login, they can immediately start their second log and play again. But there’s a problem with it. They can instantly play again if there is no queue, or maybe they have to wait in a line for their first-time play. If the player chose their subscription named “Founders,” they can easily play their favorite games for six hours without any problem. They don’t need to wait for their turn in a queue. GFN (GeForce Now) also provides three months free before the starting of their actual subscription. Both Free and Founders get 1080p/60fps gaming, and the ray tracing is only available for Founders.
At present, the cost of the “Founders” tier is just 4.99 dollars; that’s not too much for the gamers. It is one of the cheapest cloud-based gaming services on the whole internet. This is cheap because it is new and wants to give its taste to the audience for emphasizing their platform. Nvidia plans to close down the “Founders” tiers when lines begin showing up on their servers. On the off chance that five bucks for what GFN offers resemble an easy decision to you, join before the open door vanishes. Nvidia hasn’t discharged any data about what higher help tiers will cost after the “Founders” advancement closes.
Current issues in Nvidia Geforce Now:
Not completely done. Still, the Nvidia team is testing it and solving a lot of issues. Many people are facing some problems while streaming games that are available in their smartphone libraries. The players are trying to resolve these issues to get help from their official help page, but they failed. But if they stream through GeForce Shield TV, there is no any issue they have faced. These things are ruining the overall experience of the GeForce Now. After meeting these, gammers are saying that the Stadia is clean and Effective than that of the GeForce Now. They log in and play. Furthermore, they said, GeForce is unfinished and looking a little bit hacky. We are waiting for the final product of GeForce Now.