Nvidia throws its hat within the cloud gaming ring with Geforce Now, brings 4K media and Steam app to Shield

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Geforce Now is a brand new cloud-based streaming video games service from Nvidia.

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Nvidia announce Geforce Now at CES 2017 as we speak.

The on-demand service will launch in March, and can price $25 for 20 hours of play. Catalgoue particulars weren’t revealed through the keynote.

Nvidia’s aim for the service is to permit customers to get pleasure from video games on the constancy provided by a prime of the road Geforce TV, even when they don’t have excessive powered units.

To display the service, Rise of The Tomb Raider was proven wanting simply as lovely as you’d hope, however in a position to be streamed to a Mac, or a netbook with built-in graphics.

Nvidia remains to be very eager on its Shield platform, too. It’s bringing 4K Netflix and YouTube to the platform, in addition to the primary devoted Steam app for an Android platform.

Additionally, Nvidia is bringing Google Assistant to its SmartTV platforms, which incorporates Shield, so you may shout at it identical to your Xbox.