Nvidia GeForce Now interview: ‘the future of cloud gaming is only limited by our imagination’

After a less than convincing start, cloud gaming has grown exponentially in the last few years. Services such as Nvidia GeForce Now, Google Stadia, Amazon Luna, PS Now, and Xbox Cloud Gaming can be seen as viable alternatives – depending on your internet speed – to traditional, local-based hardware. 

What’s more, cloud gaming enables devices, such as Chromebooks or smartphones, to run graphically intensive games that wouldn’t otherwise be possible. If you subscribe to the highest tier of Nvidia GeForce Now, you can get the performance of an RTX 3080 – a GPU that costs thousands of dollars and continues to be hard to find due to demand and the global semiconductor crisis – on a device that costs less than a few hundred. That means you can enjoy games at resolutions of up to 4K, and frame rates up to 120fps, should your device support it.

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