NVIDIA’s cloud game service GeForce NOW is starting a beta test that makes it playable through Google Chrome in the latest version 2.0.27. Until now, a dedicated app was required, but if you use a browser, you can play games more easily.
2.0.27 is the latest version, but it hasn’t been officially released, and some have already started deployment. Also, release notes are being found. According to this data, play is supported through Chrome by simply accessing the homepage (https://play.geforcenow.com) from Windows, Mac and browser. Also, the release says it may work on other platforms, but it is not officially supported.
Even so, there is a possibility that Chrome can be used in other operating systems such as Linux as long as it runs, so the width of the playable environment can be expanded at once. In addition, GeForce Now has already supported Play on Chrome OS. In November of last year, it also responded to play through Safari for iOS. Other enhancements in 2.0.27 include M1 Mac support and a way to easily place game shortcuts on the desktop. Related information can be found here .