Cloud gaming has become a thing now, and we have recently seen Microsoft even launching its Project xCloud for the PC platform. But now, Nvidia’s GeForce NOW has brought the world of PC gaming to iOS devices through Safari. GeForce NOW is finally available for iOS through Safari; of course, the streaming service is still in beta mode, though. But just by launching Safari, iPhone, and iPad, users can experience GeForce NOW’s amazing features.
After the users log in, they are greeted with a massive catalog of the latest and most played PC games. The list of games available includes Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Destiny 2 Beyond Light, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and more. GeForce NOW on iOS Safari requires a gamepad, and as of now, keyboard and mouse-only games aren’t available. The company says it is due to hardware limitations.
Another great news is that finally, Fortnite will be available to be played on iOS devices. Thought Epic Games has stated that it would still take some time for the game to be launched in a stable state. More than 750 PC games are available on GeForce NOW, and Nvidia has promised to add games every week.
An additional feature that will come soon on GeForce NOW will be the ability to connect with GOG. It will give GOG members access to even more games in their library. The first GOG.com games anticipated to arrive are CD PROJEKT RED’s Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (yep, Geralt is coming to slay the monsters).
Cloud gaming is increasing its value with every passing day. However, GeForce NOW isn’t like any other cloud gaming service. Its alliance is currently made up of LG U+ in Korea, KDDI, and SoftBank in Japan, GFN.RU in Russia, and Taiwan Mobile. It will launch its beta on Nov. 7.