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NVIDIA’s cloud service, GeForce Now, has over 1 million registered players, 1500 games coming soon

NVIDIA has announced that its gaming cloud service is a huge success so far. According to the green team, over 1 million new gamers have signed up for a free plan or upgraded to the Founders membership.

Premium members can play all the RTX games even if they don’t own an RTX GPU. Moreover, the Premium subscription comes with a 90-day free trial. As NVIDIA noted, this trial is an important transitional period where gamers, developers and publishers can try the premium experience with minimal commitment.

NVIDIA has also stated that it has an additional 1,500 games in our onboarding queue. This list includes both indie and triple-A games, like Cyberpunk 2077.

So yeah, contrary to Google Stadia, GeForce Now appears to performing well. That could change once Google releases some exclusive games on Stadia, though things are not looking great for Stadia.

Stay tuned for more!

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