When it was first launched, Nvidia’s GeForce Now video game streaming service was only available on its own Android-based Shield devices, however, today it has been confirmed that it is launching outside of that.

This was announced during Nvidia’s CES 2017 press conference where Nvidia’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed that it is coming to PC and Mac, demoing its ability to play graphics intensive games like Rise of the Tomb Raider on an iMac.

Normally, an iMac would not be able to do anything close to that.

Huang said that the service has been designed for those who don’t have access to a gaming PC, don’t want to buy one, or only play games infrequently.

During the conference, Nvidia revealed that pricing will start at $25 for 20 hours of play, with multiple GPU tiers available to subscribe to.

This allows the user to choose the level of graphics that you want as according to your budget.

We don’t know UK based details just yet, however, we do know that it will be launched in the US in March.

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