GeForce Now leaves beta, challenges competitor Stadia at $5/mo

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GeForce Now, a competitor of Stadia that streams PC games on a device of your choice, has now left beta in the USA and Europe.

The service is priced at only $5 USD a month and lets you stream already owned PC games on a Windows PC, Mac, Shield TV or Android mobile device. It will also support game clients like Epic Games Store, Steam, Uplay and Battle.net with an unlimited 1-hour trials without the need to input a credit card.

GeForce Now requires requires at least 15Mbps download speeds for 720p at 60fps and 25 Mbps download speeds for 1080p at 60fps.

More information about GeForce Now can be found here which includes system requirements for PC and Mac devices.
 

Nova

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For some reason I find this model broken. I mean 5$ per month for games you don't own and your subscription limits you for not able to use them if you unsub. So that's kind of limiting in a way. Which needs to be changed.
 
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