LAS VEGAS: Playing high-end games will no longer require having a high-end PC with the right specs. At least, if Nvidia has anything to say about it.
The service has been in development for the past five years, the company said. Onstage during a keynote at CES, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang compared the on-demand service to Amazon Web Services, but for gamers.
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GeForce Now will begin rolling out in March. There are two tiers of the service: the GeForce GTX 1060 PC and the GeForce GTX 1080 PC. The GTX 1060 starts at 20 hours of gameplay for $25 and the GTX 1080 costs $25 for 10 hours.