Nvidia GeForce Now is very popular among gaming enthusiasts because it is designed a little differently than similar solutions. It automatically connects to a game library that the user has in a popular online store. Steam, Epic Games Store, Battle.net, Uplay, Origin and the Bethesda online store are currently supported, and new stores will be added soon.
Gamers can have access to a powerful virtual machine that connects to any device and plays games the way they would on a home PC. The biggest problem is the signal delay, which is successfully resolved with each update. The hugely popular Nvidia GeForce Now service has just gotten even better.
Games can now be played in 4K at an average frequency of 60 frames per second as part of the Nvidia GeForce Now online service. In addition, Nvidia has expanded the list of Android devices that can run games at 120 frames per second. Among them are the following Android smartphones: Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Ultra (S22 Plus), Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3 and OnePlus 9 Pro. Previously, this option was already available for Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Google Pixel 6 Pro and all Asus ROG Phone 5 smartphones (including the 5s model).