GeForce NOW: Here’s what’s new for the service this Week

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    With the most recent update to the app’s browser version, GeForce NOW subscribers utilizing a PC internet browser will now be able to step up their game. Recently, the service added 120 FPS and 1440p resolution capabilities. The service has also received six new games, including the eagerly anticipated Thymesia. You will therefore have a few options for using the improved resolution.

    We’ll now get to the substance of this update. NVIDIA spent some time discussing the situations in real life where GeForce NOW might be helpful. The company stressed how crucial it is for gamers to have access to their favorite games even while taking breaks from school because people are now going back to school.

    This week’s additions to the GeForce NOW library are as follows: –

    • Thymes (New release on Steam, Aug. 18)
    • Century: Age of Ashes (Steam)
    • Clanfolk (Steam)
    • Coromon (Steam)
    • HYPERCHARGE: Unboxed (Steam)
    • Phoenix Point (Epic Games Store)

    This is why it’s crucial to update GeForce NOW for the browser. Members of the RTX 3080 can now upgrade their browser gaming at 120 frames per second and a resolution of up to 1440p. Open a Chrome or Edge browser on your PC and choose these new resolutions and refresh rates from the GeForce NOW Settings menu without installing any additional software.

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    GeForce NOW supports more than 1,300 titles, which players can sneakily play a few times. It can make school breaks even more enjoyable. Through the app’s mobile version, you might be able to sneak in a few Fortnite games. Given that the game is now participating in a Dragon Ball collaboration event, it might be worthwhile to squeeze in a few sessions over lunch.

    This experience is only improved by the RTX 3080 membership because it supports longer sessions and higher framerates. However, this program appeals to users besides those who are returning to school. On the PC, Mac, iOS, Android, NVIDIA SHIELD, and some Smart TV devices right now, GeForce NOW is accessible.

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