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Over 750 Video Games Available to iPhone Owners via Nvidia GeForce Now



The creators of the cloud service Nvidia GeForce Now announce that their product is now available to iPhone and iPad users through the Safari browser. The service allows you to play PC games with a resolution of 1080p at 60 frames per second and with support for ray tracing.

To use Nvidia GeForce Now services, you need to open the Safari browser and go to the play.geforcenow website. Registration is free, but you will have to pay $ 5 monthly for using the cloud service.

More than 750 computer games will be available to gamers, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Destiny 2 Beyond Light, Shadow of the Tomb Raider and others.

The service is currently in beta testing. The company previously launched a game streaming service on Chromebooks.

The arrival of GeForce Now on Apple gadgets will allow Epic Games to return to Apple smartphones and tablets the game Fortnite, which was removed from the AppStore several months ago.

Source: androidcentral

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