Home • PC Game News • 1 Sin Vega Staff Writer 30th May 2020 / 4:20PM Cloud gaming may have arrived, but it hasn’t yet really taken hold among your average player. Its potential may have opened up now that Valve has announced that Steam Cloud Play has entered beta. It does nothing drastic at this stage. Valve temper expectations in the documentation, noting that “We are now accepting a limited amount of games into the service as we continue to build features and server capacity for players. The first service we are connecting to Steam to allow users to play games from their Steam Library from the Cloud is Nvidia GeForce Now.” GeForce Now is Nvidia’s game streaming service, launched this February. For a monthly fee, its users can play their games remotely, using Nvidia’s hardware, which streams the results live back to their device as they play. In a sense, it’s renting a much better PC at a distance. Rather than providing a competing service, Steam Cloud Play basically connects Steam libraries to it directly, allowing users of both services to launch the games with less messing about. Valve also say that they “may add additional Steam Cloud… Read full this story
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