LAS VEGAS — Playing high-end games will no longer require having a high-end PC with the right specs. At least, if Nvidia has anything to say about it.
The company announced a new service called Geforce Now that allows PC games to be remotely streamed to just about any laptop or desktop PC even if it has low-end specs. This also allows Mac users to install and play games that are typically limited to Windows machines.
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The service, which debuts in March, is compatible with “most Windows- and Mac-based desktop PCs and laptops,” according to the company. It works with game stores like Steam, Battle.net and Origin, as well as free-to-play games. Read more…