NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW Getting RTX GPUs, Android App

Posted on August 19, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Games with 1 Comment

NVIDIA is today announcing some updates to its GeForce NOW cloud gaming service. The company is introducing new RTX Servers for the service that will introduce improved performance thanks to its RTX GPUs.

Data centers for GeForce NOW will soon have RTX Servers that offer superior performance, and NVIDIA is kicking things off by putting these new RTX-enabled servers in Norther California and Germany. The company will expand its RTX-enabled servers throughout North America and Europe in the near-future.

NVIDIA is also going to be launching a new Android app for GeForce NOW. The company will be introducing a new GeForce NOW app for Android devices that allows users to enjoy their games on their Android phones. It will support Bluetooth controllers, too, for the best gaming experience. And that isn’t too much of a surprise considering NVIDIA’s biggest competitors like Microsoft and Google are also heavily targeting phone users for their own cloud gaming services.

Tagged with ,

Join the discussion!

BECOME A THURROTT MEMBER:

Don't have a login but want to join the conversation? Become a Thurrott Premium or Basic User to participate

Register
Comments (1)

One response to “NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW Getting RTX GPUs, Android App”

Leave a Reply