Now you can play all your Steam games for free on Chrome and Macs with Apple M1. GeForce Now, one of the most interesting and intelligent cloud gaming services, expands with support for new platforms and new hardware.
Now you can play all your Steam games for free on Chrome and Macs with Apple M1
We are flooded with streaming gaming platforms, that is, services that allow you to play PC or console games without having a PC or console, as they run in the cloud, on remote servers, and are streamed in the real-time video to a monitor, TV, mobile, or wherever you want.
One of the most interesting is NVIDIA’s GeForce Now. All of its competitors, such as Google Stadia, Amazon Luna, Microsoft’s Project xCloud, PlayStation Now, etc, require you to pay a subscription or buy the games on their platform. With GeForce Now you can play games you already own for free.
What this platform does is lend you a powerful PC on its server farm. There you log in with your Steam, Epic, etc. account, and play your games, which you receive via streaming on any PC, mobile, tablet, Chromebook, etc.
With the latest update this weekend you can now play directly in the Chrome browser, i.e. no need to install an app. In addition, support for the new Macs with Apple M1 processor is also added.