Videos[Video] Is there ANY hope for game streaming? We tried them all. 25th March 2020 - by Jarvis - 38 Comments. Linus Tech Tips makes entertaining videos about technology, including tech reviews, showcases and other content. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)
38 Comments on “[Video] Is there ANY hope for game streaming? We tried them all.”
Playstation now would be great if you could use steam to activate gyroscope
I've been using Geforce NOW for two months now and I think it's amazing. I have 100/100 fiber so not even that great.
I'm going to boycotting the publishers that are pulling their games.
There's literally NO REASON for that or difference compared to me using Steam Link.
Great comparison, I've been using Geforce now since early Beta and have to say it performs very well in almost every case. Latency I'd give it about 50-90ms additional to your average local latency.
Quite nice to have when you only have an old 2010 MacBook Pro and are at a friends house. That being said, there is a Mac application.
With different streaming services available, the biggest question is indeed: do we buy game again for this service?
Which services will use existing cloud services like Steam, Origin, or Epic Games? To avoid buy again same games.
why didn't you try using a mouse and keyboard with Geforce now on pc? it's a pc gaming service after all
You forgot shadow, parsec, and rainway.
For in home streaming parsec and rainway are amazing
Save horse , ride a Tesla.
Love how they played xcloud with a dualshock controller and ps now with a xbox controller 😂
What about shadow.tech?
Tried free account > Number 389…
10 minutes later? 383. Fuck that.
teenage kids watching in hope that they will give us high specs pc* count me in*
Stadia : "Recommended for people who don't have any game, but want to play games on PC, console, and mobile at the same time."
Corona virus means lower internet speed and lower internet speed means cloud gaming with lag…
GeforceNow is hope for people with bad notebooks
There never was much hope. Just a fool's hope.
I still stand by Shadow, which has been shown on this channel before. It more expensive but if you look at Cloud VM prices its cheap and you have more freedom than these services
I have a 10 years old pc and been playing with no problems on Geforce Now, my savior during this quarantine. You can buy pc games like AC origins for 10 bucks or less and play reaally good
Destiny 2 was probably an AppStack
Steam Link App: "That's fine, I'll just sit here and watch"
frankly, it will alll depends on the internet speed and quality, AND the catalogue those services can provide. if the cost of the good internet and almost complete good catalogue is far affordable than the current state of gaming, it might become a standard.
How about steam link?
i tried bloodborne with psnow. it was absolute unplayable. blurry af and 30fps lock. : /
Ive used Geforce Now, the free version, and even on wifi with my router across the house it was great!
Obviously latency will be higher on anything like this, pretty much always, but we all can adjust pretty quickly.
It's the future, the gaming pc will be a thing of the past very shortly.
Please don't try to use these services for Multiplayer FPS (COD, Fortnite, CSGO, Destiny 2 PVP, etc) as it is terrible for those.
The services work okay for co-op and single player experiences but having tried multiple services the latency is just not good for MP games.
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Fuck games as a service
Linus: "I think 6 hours is a reasonable length of time to be gaming at once"
Me: nervous laughter
Wish they would have tested stadia without HDR. Lots of people complain it causes input lag.
I'm sorry, what was that about Stadia looking good before it launched? I was in the open beta for stadia for Assassin's Creed Odyssey and it was awful, especially having the game also natively to run on my PC and compare the compression was horrible, it looked like it was running at 480P with very noticeable input delay.
Man you have to play different games than destiny if you want to test input lag and stuff, sheesh.
You don't remember Ermac? Error Machine?
You should have pulled in someone like Shroud (again) and a casual console and laptop player.
Average family home: "Everyone go offline! I wanna play a game!"
The only thing I hate about GEforce now on PC is there is zero 21:9 ultrawide support.
I already had an ultrawide for work and can't use it all on GFN.