NVIDIA introduced a service for playing powerful video games on low-end computers
Official information from the company says that GeForce Now, which is the name of the service, is compatible with Steam, Uplay and Battle.net. Interestingly, the service automatically adjusts the games so that they produce the maximum decent level of frames per second.
Regarding the requirements for the Internet, they are quite democratic in the service: if there is a speed of 25 Mbps, the user can count on the maximum quality of graphics with a resolution of 1080p and 60 frames per second. Moreover, the service can work both on Windows devices and on computers running macOS or Linux. But the company still recommends the Internet at a speed of 50 Mbps.
NVIDIA also said that users will be able to use their own, already purchased games. According to reports, now there is support for "hundreds of games."
A subscription to the service costs 999 rubles a month, 4999 if you pay immediately for six months in advance, and 9999 rubles if you pay immediately 12 months in advance.