NVIDIA GeForce Now is to support RTX and will be released on Android

NVIDIA GeForce Now будет поддерживать RTX и выйдет на Android

At Gamescom, 2019 Corporation NVIDIA spoke about the development of cloud-based gaming service GeForce Now. In particular, the “green” chip maker has announced the launch of the first servers with support for RTX.

Ray tracing on GeForce Now. As reported by Overclockers, GeForce Now users will soon be able to personally assess the quality of effects based on ray tracing, not buying one of the expensive graphics card line Radeon RTX.

First, the GeForce platform Now with support of set of technologies NVIDIA RTX will be available to gamers from the United States and Germany. However, the chip maker has assured that very soon the new hardware will be implemented in all major data centers owned by the company. Now they use the GPU of the previous generation.

GeForce Now on Android. Another important step in the development of GeForce Now will be the debut of the service on mobile devices running Android. Green chip maker demonstrated the work in the programme to journalists at Gamescom 2019, promising to open access to a wide audience by the end of this year.


What it takes to run GeForce Now? It should be borne in mind that for most projects, service GeForce Now when playing on a mobile device will need a Bluetooth-manipulator. In the list of supported devices included supervisors Shield, Raiju Mobile Razer, Steelseries Stratus Duo and Glap Gamepad.

Of course, to take advantage of the cloud gaming service NVIDIA first need a stable Internet connection.

What is Gamescom?
This annual international exhibition of video games held in Cologne. It began in 2009. Gamescom attracts people pertaining to video games: consumers, fans, publishers, journalists and trade professionals. Gamescom is the second largest gaming event, including a total of 370 000 visitors. In the first place is another large-scale gaming event Asia Game Show.

This year the exhibition is held in Cologne from 20th to 24th August.

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