NVIDIA's cloud game platform GeForce a few years ago in the company's Android Tablet PC debut, and then extended to the set-top box last year. Now, the service has been extended to support the Apple Mac system.
GeForce NOW allows macOS users to remotely use the cloud's GeForce GTX graphics to play games.
Although this does not require a high configuration, but requires a very good network speed to support the fluency of the game, and NVIDIA gives the network transmission requirements are not strict, the minimum 25Mbps speed, recommended 50Mbps network. If you are using a wireless network connection, it is recommended to use a wireless router that supports the 5G band and connect to the 5G for the game.
NVIDIA currently offers about 100 games in the GEFOREC NOW Beta service, with a wide range of games, not only classic games, but also new games that have just been released. Of course, the game is not free, after downloading GeForce NOW, you need to bind Steam and Blizzard account, buy the game.
At present, GeForce NOW is still in the testing phase, you can download for free, the official version will be launched next year, but the specific service price is not published.