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Nvidia Geforce Now available as a web application for iOS

Nvidia Geforce Now available as a web application for iOS- Nvidia Geforce now available as members can get started with iOS 14.2 or iPadOS 14.2

Nvidia Geforce now available as members can get started with iOS 14.2 or iPadOS 14.2 by visiting https://play.geforcenow.com/ from their iPhone or iPad. Not a member yet? No problem, you can still sign up for a Founders subscription or a free membership. The subscription costs 5.49 euros per month or 27.95 euros per year. On the website you can read more about this from the manufacturer. The Geforce Now iOS Safari beta, as its full name goes, is available in North America and Europe.

Together with the Epic Games team, Nvidia is working on an accessible version of the game Fortnite, so that you can play it on iOS again. That is no longer possible recently, since Epic Games and Apple are still together are at odds. So you can play the game again on your iPhone soon. Not in the form of a separate app, but simply via your browser (the press release explicitly refers to the Safari browser). Geforce Now on the iOS version of Safari requires a gamepad. So keyboard and mouse only games are not available due to platform restrictions.

In a recently published blog gives Nvidia a lot more information about changes.

  • Improvements in the quality of service are now being implemented and will be rolled out further over time.
  • Recent launches of Geforce Now games have included Watch Dogs: Legion with RTX, Among Us and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Cyberpunk 2077 is coming soon and will also include RTX.
  • Soon, the company will also add support for GOG. There is no exact release date yet.
  • Chrome’s browser-based webRTC experience will expand to more platforms in the first quarter next year.

Finally, Nvidia is also releasing a new batch of Game Ready games on Geforce Now this week. Before that you check the games page, where you will find a complete list of games that you can play through the game streaming service. This week brings seven games to the Geforce Now library, including the recent launch of Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead on the Epic Games store and Steam.

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