The game streaming market is still emerging right now, with services like GeForce Now, Microsoft xCloud and Google Stadia are offering cloud-based entertainment for gamers. So, not only that you can play demanding triple-A games on budget PCs and laptops, you can also do that on a smartphone as well. GeForce Now supports Android devices and new games are being added. Nvidia has added CD Projekt RED’s Cyberpunk 2077, which will be playable on smartphones as well. It will be fun to run something that’s normally playable only on high-end gaming PCs. If you already own the game on Uplay, Epic Games Store or Steam, you don’t have to buy the game in GeForce Now. It is even possible to use free account with GeForce Now, so you can immediately play the game.
With a free account, you could only play for one hour in each session and then you need to wait for your turn on one of Nvidia’s game streaming servers. For $5 per month, you can get a premium account. You will be able to play up to six hours in each session with this account. Not only that, your games will be driven by high-end RTX graphics cards with real-time ray tracing feature enabled. You can play at high details with shading and realistic shading enabled. Because you get high priority with premium account, it should be possible to get reconnected fairly quickly. If you want to play demanding on the go, Nvidia GeForce should be an ideal option for you. Games that you can play include Witcher 3, Overwatch and Call of Duty WW2. You don’t even need a very powerful Android device to use the GeForce Now service.
Minimum requirements for Android devices are just 2GB of RAM and Android 5.0. However, the most important requirement is a very fast Internet access with low latency. GeForce Now won’t allow you to connect if you have less than 15Mbps connection for 720p or 25Mbps for 1080p resolution. For the best experience, you need 5GHz Wi-Fi. It’s out of question to use regular 4G LTE connection. Cyberpunk 2077 will be available on April 16 this year.