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NVIDIA GeForce NOW adds an MMO and welcomes back old friends

NVIDIA GeForce NOW adds an MMO and welcomes back old friends

You have to give NVIDIA some credit for making good on its promise a few months back. After what was an almost disastrous public launch, the graphics tech giant promised it would expand its game streaming catalog every week. It has indeed done so and while not all new titles are noteworthy, there are a few that could make the service look more interesting. Not only that, it seems to have actually recovered from its fall and is now seeing some games coming back to its fold.

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW welcomes Square Enix back to streaming service

NVIDIA GeForce NOW welcomes Square Enix back to streaming service

NVIDIA had a very high-profile launch of its GeForce NOW game streaming service, but probably not in the way that it had hoped. Just days after it made the service available to the public, big-name publishers yanked out their games over alleged contractual misunderstandings. Since then, NVIDIA has been working quickly to compensate for those losses and the return of Square Enix's biggest hitters could be the start of GeForce NOW's PR recovery.

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Steam Cloud Play joins the game streaming train with GeForce NOW support

Steam Cloud Play joins the game streaming train with GeForce NOW support

It was only a matter of time before Valve jumped onto the game streaming bandwagon but it seems it's using the advantage of hindsight to avoid the problems its peers and rivals have bumped into. Steam Cloud Play isn't exactly technically a game streaming service but is more a platform that connects games with actual game streaming services. The first such service it is supporting is NVIDIA's GeForce NOW and it is assuring game developers and publishers that nothing really changes on their end.

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NVIDIA GeForce Now makes a major change to its streaming rules

NVIDIA GeForce Now makes a major change to its streaming rules

Ever since launching earlier in the year, NVIDIA GeForce Now has seen a number of developers remove their games from the streaming service. GeForce Now isn't like a traditional streaming service where users pay a monthly fee and then can stream any number of games available through GeForce Now as much as they want - instead, users need to already own the games they want to stream.

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NVIDIA GeForce Now expands with more than a dozen additional games

NVIDIA GeForce Now expands with more than a dozen additional games

As promised, NVIDIA has returned with an expansion to its GeForce Now supported games list, adding more than a dozen additional titles to the young service. The additions are notable, including multiple popular games like Darksiders II and Hitman: Blood Money. With this expansion, GeForce Now is a tad closer to reaching its big support goal.

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New NVIDIA GeForce RTX laptops start at $1k, RTX Super gets creative

New NVIDIA GeForce RTX laptops start at $1k, RTX Super gets creative

A total of ten laptops were revealed today newly fitted with NVIDIA GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs and 10th Gen Intel Core processors. NVIDIA says that these graphics processors are "the industry's fastest, most power-efficient available today." NVIDIA's claimed that these GPUs are able to render 3D graphics up to 13x faster than a CPU, and up to 10x faster than a CPU for video editing. In other words, these laptops are made for more than gaming.

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NVIDIA’s DLSS 2.0 details: Better graphics made easier with AI

NVIDIA’s DLSS 2.0 details: Better graphics made easier with AI

DLSS 2.0 (Deep Learning Super Sampling) might be just the game-changing graphics technology we need at this strange point in history. DLSS 2.0 uses dedicated AI processors (Tensor Cores) on NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics cards to bring boosted frame rates without the blurry textures that usually come along for the ride. While DLSS 2.0 works with improved speed and quality, it's the compatibility that's the most important part of the puzzle.

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GeForce NOW lets Cyberpunk 2077 stream to Mac and Android on launch day

GeForce NOW lets Cyberpunk 2077 stream to Mac and Android on launch day

Cyberpunk 2077 will be playable on an Apple computer on launch day - despite its complete lack of compatibility with macOS (or Mac OS, if you prefer). This release works with GeForce NOW, the NVIDIA game streaming system that allows users to take advantage of NVIDIA's game servers to play anywhere you've got a good internet connection. Cyberpunk 2077 is also supposed to be released with Google Stadia, but no release date has yet been revealed.

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Just like that, Activision Blizzard games are leaving GeForce Now

Just like that, Activision Blizzard games are leaving GeForce Now

It was only a week ago that GeForce Now launched to the masses, but at a time when momentum is crucial, the service is suffering a big blow. NVIDIA has revealed that Activision Blizzard will be pulling all of its games from the service. We're not sure why the company has decided to drop support for GeForce Now, but we do know that players aren't happy about it.

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After the launch of GeForce Now, Google Stadia needs to step up its game

After the launch of GeForce Now, Google Stadia needs to step up its game

After spending a long time in beta, NVIDIA's GeForce Now streaming platform officially launched to everyone earlier this week. With that launch, the video game streaming wars heated up significantly. Before the launch of GeForce Now, Google Stadia was more or less the only player officially in the game, but now it has some serious competition.

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GeForce Now exits beta, launches for everyone

GeForce Now exits beta, launches for everyone

The game streaming wars are beginning to heat up. Following last year's launch of Google Stadia, NVIDIA announced today that GeForce Now has exited beta, meaning that the registration wait list has been lifted and anyone can sign up for the service. NVIDIA is hitting the ground running with this, offering two different service tiers for gamers looking to stream their PC libraries.

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Acer Swift 5 and 3 gain Intel 10th Gen Ice Lake, NVIDIA GeForce MX250

Acer Swift 5 and 3 gain Intel 10th Gen Ice Lake, NVIDIA GeForce MX250

The NVIDIA GeForce MX250 is now available in builds of the Acer Swift 5, a laptop that's gotten this refresh at IFA 2019. This newest version of the Acer Swift 5 will be released starting in either September or November, depending on region. The newest version of the Acer Swift 3 was also revealed with Intel's latest with 10th Gen Ice Lake processors.

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