geforce now: Steam now allows PC games on Xbox with Nvidia’s GeForce Now

Nvidia has unlocked access to his GeForce now streaming service on Microsoft Edge, allowing Xbox owners of playing Steam PC games on their consoles, reports The Verge. GeForce Now includes access to over 1,000 PC games and Nvidia has finally started supporting the Edge browser that now ships on Xbox with a beta update to GeForce Now. It brings the reality of PC gaming on an Xbox one step closer, as the result is easy access to stream PC games to an Xbox. Since the basic GeForce Now service is free, you can stream popular PC games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, DOTA 2, and League of Legends in 1080p during a one-hour session.
Parsec is a remote desktop application that allows you to stream content from your PC to a browser. GeForce Now is a solution because it doesn’t rely on the fact that you need to have a PC capable of running these games and you just log into the service through the browser and launch the games.
More interestingly, the Edge browser on Xbox also supports mouse and keyboard input, so you can play some games that don’t even support the gamepad. most ideal experience on Xbox right now as the virtual keyboard pops up when you click and the latency is not ideal for multiplayer games.
Microsoft’s Xbox manager, Phil Spencer, recently made a commitment to bring full PC games to Xbox through the company’s Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud) service. There is no official announcement of its arrival, but GeForce Now in the browser is the best alternative so far.
With Nvidia extending GeForce Now to Edge and even adding an RTX 3080 tier, it would be great to see an official Xbox client for the service and a way to play these PC games on PlayStation as well.

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