NVIDIA has launched the beta for its GeForce NOW game streaming service on iOS Safari.
Gamers can try it out for free, but to experience ray-tracing, “extended session lengths and front-of-the-line access”, they’ll have to fork out US$4.99 (~RM20.40) a month, or US$24.95 (~RM102) for six months, for a Founders membership.
To play on mobile, gamepads like the Razer Kishi have to be used. The GeForce NOW catalogue includes games like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Destiny 2 Beyond Light, Watch Dogs: Legion, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider.
Another game that will be part of the service is Fortnite, with NVIDIA saying that they are working with Epic to “enable a touch-friendly version” of the game. With Fortnite currently banned from the App Store, this means that GeForce NOW will allow it to become playable on iOS again.
NVIDIA also announced that their catalogue of more than 750 games will soon be expanded with GOG’s library. Games that are coming to the streaming service as a result include Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.