GeForce Now gets new games and Shield TV drops in price

NVIDIA has confirmed the arrival of four new games to GeForce Now, the well-known cloud gaming platform of the green giant that, as we know, allows us to enjoy our favorite games even if our PC does not meet the necessary requirements for it. I have already mentioned it to you on other occasions, I wish something like this had existed when, as a young man, I had to settle for moving some games to between 10 and 20 FPS for not being able to update my PC.

The games that have come to GeForce Now are as follows:

  • Fate Seeker II (Steam, November 23).
  • theHunter: Call of the Wild (Epic Games Store, November 25).
  • Ghostrunner (Epic Games Store).
  • Legion TD 2 (Steam).

With the addition of these new games, GeForce Now is now more than 1,300 titles available, a catalog that is distributed among the main distribution stores for games in digital format, and is that, as many of our readers will already know, with this service we do not have to buy any game again, that is, we will be able to use all those that We have on platforms such as Steam and Epic Games Store, as long as they are in the catalog of available games.

So, for example, if you have Cyberpunk 2077 but have not been able to play it in an acceptable way because you do not meet the minimum requirements, do not worry, you can install the GeForce Now client and let the NVIDIA servers do the hard work. And yes, you can choose between one free mode and two paid ones.

NVIDIA Shield TV drops in price: GeForce Now on your TV

If you want to enjoy GeForce Now on your television but have a tight budget, don’t worry, the NVIDIA Shield TV is available, temporarily, with a discount of 35 euros. This means that we can buy it for only 124 euros, a promotion that will be active until November 29.

The NVIDIA Shield TV has a very compact design in a tubular shape, it has a powerful Tegra X1 + SoC, a chip that will be familiar to you, and it is normal, since it is an improved version of the chip that used the big N in Nintendo Switch . This SoC has an ARM CPU of 8 cores and one 2nd generation Maxwell GPU with 256 shaders. The RAM memory amounts to 2 GB, and its storage capacity is 8 GB, expandable by means of a microSD memory card.

So that connectivity is not a problem, the Shield TV has Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth, which means that we will not need any type of accessory to connect it to our network, and neither to use our favorite peripherals without having to pull the cable. It supports 4K content, is compatible with Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10, offers artificial intelligence-enhanced upscaling to 4K and 30 FPS, supports Dolby Atmos and has an HDMI output and an Ethernet connector.

Its operating system is based on Android, so it is compatible with a huge number of applications (the entire catalog of the Google Play Store), and comes with a remote control that integrates a microphone to give voice commands. As we have anticipated, it is compatible with GeForce Now, which means that you can enjoy your subscription to that service on your living room television, and without any problem.

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