The Internet and Any Device – Games in the cloud require nothing else
The best games have never been this easy – I write this without a doubt that thanks to broadcasting, cloud gaming will be a real hit in the near future. We are no longer limited by the infrastructure or the speed of available connections, the closer the deployment of 5G becomes, so gaming in the cloud will no longer be reserved for fixed internet and home Wi-Fi.
Regardless of our computer’s specifications, the latest titles are suddenly within hardware capabilities, because the device just needs to be able to stream video and audio. It can be a laptop, desktop, Mac, Chromebook, tablet, smartphone, or TV set, and from now on, freedom is greater thanks to the availability of GeForce NOW in the Chrome window also on Mac computers with Apple M1 processor.
Stadia vs GeForce NOW
Service development has been very dynamic lately and it is easy to find motivation from the competition. Google Stadia has appeared in new markets, including Poland, and more will be added in the coming months. Stadia’s game library might not make a big impression at the moment, but the list of companies that have announced collaborations or are already working with Google on new titles is pretty extensive.
Behind us is the premiere of EA’s MADDEN NFL 21, its first publisher title on Google Stadia, and the next title will be FIFA 21, which will undoubtedly bring more new users to the platform. Although I have this game on other systems, having FIFA on Stadia will finally allow me to play the exact same full game on any device, which to me is a vision that evokes great emotions.
GeForce NOW on Chrome and Mac with the M1
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