Last year at CES 2017, Nvidia introduced a game streaming subscription service with the ability to turn any computer, no matter how poorly spec'ed, into a beast of a gaming rig. Dubbed GeForce Now, the service will let you stream PC games to your PC or Mac from the cloud, utilizing the power of high-performance GeForce GTX graphics cards.
A beta for the service hit last summer, but this week at CES 2018, Nvidia announced that it will be expanding the beta to include more users who want to try out the service for themselves. The new free beta will be compatible with most Windows-based computers, and there are already plenty of compatible games to play.
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