GeForce Now can now broadcast games in 1600p and 120 FPS, but only in Chrome

GeForce Now can now broadcast games in 1600p and 120 FPS, but only in Chrome

NVIDIA has introduced several new opportunities for users of the GeForce Now stream service, which interacts with the platform via Google Chrome browser. Starting today, all subscribers to GeForce Now RTX 3080 will be able to broadcast games with a resolution of 1600p and a frequency of 120 FPS, but only through this viewer.

This will allow users with 2560 x 1,600 locations, such as new game chrome boots or MacBook Air computers of the last generations, to play directly in the Chrome browser in full-screen mode, without loss of resolution and frequency.

GeForce Now RTX 3080 users will now have access to two stream video modes: a 1600p resolution at 120 FPS, or a 2160p resolution at 60 FPS.

The RTX 3080 striming platform GeForce Now of NVIDIA was introduced last year, using the II-scale DLSS and the maximum output stream of the 4K resolution with 60 FPS and HDR. Subscription costs $19.99 per month or $99.99 per month for six months forward.

The GeForce Now library has about 1,400 PC games available, and the service is often filled with new games. The following are the 11 new games that appeared on GeForce Now this week:

  • Asterigos: Curse of the Stars Kamiwaza: Way of the Thief LEGO Bricktales Ozymandias: Bronze Age Empire Sim PC Building Simulator 2 The Last Oricru Rabbids: Party of Legends The Darkest Tales Scorn Warhammer 40,000: Darkte Dual Universe