GeForce Now is the well-known source for high quality game streaming on Apple devices, Android and PC. And NVIDIA has released a substantial update to GeForce Now that includes new features that M1 Mac users will particularly benefit from.
The latest GeForce Now 2.0.40 update enables the GeForce Now macOS app to fully support the Apple M1 chip and all Macs running on it. That’s a big deal for the overall performance with the Apple Silicon Macs. M1 Macs are all about high performance with low power consumption. And this update is to take advantage of that. With the 2.0.40 update, you can expect significantly lower power consumption, faster app startup times than ever before, and an overall enhanced GeForce Now experience.
Now members can easily find new games to play on GeForce Now in the new genre row in the main menu. And there are useful sorting options including the ability to view all the games within GeForce Now that are available in specific regions. NVIDIA has also improved the streaming statistics overlay for GeForce Now. This allows you to get a better view of your rendering frame rate while streaming.
Lost Ark Compatibility
Lost Ark is a new MMO game that takes full advantage of GeForce Now. M1 with MacBook Pro; You can stream Lost Ark at 1600p or up to 1440p on an iMac at 60fps. And one of the best aspects of this subscription is the freedom to customize your gaming experience with each and every game. You can change the graphics settings individually with each game to refine the experience of the game you’re playing. This is just one of the many ways GeForce Now brings the PC gaming experience to Mac users and beyond.
GeForce Now is free to join, but you can upgrade your subscription for faster access to GeForce Cloud servers. It gives you extended gameplay sessions, and gets some RTX graphics features like ray-tracing and DLSS. It’s great to be able to have access to those features without needing a big gaming rig to power it all.
If you’re interested in checking out GeForce now, you can sign up for free! And if you want more timely updates on GeForce Now, you can check out GFN Thursdays which is a weekly celebration of new games and features. What are your thoughts on GeForce Now? Sound off in the comments below!
FTC: We use income generating auto affiliate links. More.
For more Apple news, check out 9to5Mac on YouTube: