Many of us don’t have high-end gaming computers but want to play some graphic intensive games. Nvidia launched its game streaming service, GeForce Now in the US. It allows user to stream high-end games on a basic computer. You don’t need to have a gaming computer, you will just need a good internet connection to stream the game on your desktop, laptop or even on your mobile phone.
Unfortunately, Nvidia GeForce Now is not available in India till now. It’s not quite sure when it will be made available here. But if you want to have the experience of cloud gaming, then you can avail Nvidia GeForce Now in India for just Rs 1000 and here’s how!
Nvidia GeForce Now in India for Rs 1000!
- To avail Nvidia’s cloud gaming service, first, you’ll need a VPN. We tried using Browsec. If you buy the 12-month plan, it will cost you $2.49 per month, which amounts to around Rs 200 per month.
- Install the Browsec and turn it on and set any location from the US.
- Open the Nvidia GeForce Now and create an account. Next, you’ll have to get a subscription to GeForce Now. If you take a 6-month Priority subscription it will cost you $8.33 per month, which amounts to around Rs 700 per month.
- In total, you will have to spent around Rs 900 to avail Nvidia GeForce Now in India.
- After this, you’ll have to download and install Nvidia GeForce Now. Sync your Steam account. You can also connect your Ubisoft Connect and Epic Games account.
- Now, open the game which you want to play. We tried playing Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla.
- First, you need to launch the game and let it connect while the Browsec is on.
- As soon as the connection is done and it is loading the game, you’ll have to turn off the Browsec in order to get a stable and fast internet connection.
- The game will launch and you can play without any problem. The only thing needed is a good internet connection.
This is how you can avail Nvidia’s cloud gaming service in India. You can play any game which you have purchased on almost any desktop, laptop and even on your phone.
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