Geforce Now Changed My Mind – Game Streaming That Works

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  • Sign up for GeForce NOW at a discounted rate

    LevelCapGaming July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • I saw they have a 6dollar a month offer. I'll give this a try

    o7 Sandman July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • People with a shit PC "thanks Level cap!" People who just bought a high end PC "this is lies! All lies!".

    Scott F July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • I've only recently started to get games on Steam because of Geforce now, I admit I'm old school and have a lot of games on Blu Ray and other disks, I was kind of impressed when I used Geforce Now on Wifi, I noticed lag on Destiny as my router doesn't meet the WIFI frequency requirements.

    I tested the free Geforce now service with an Ethernet cable and have to admit the performance improved massively, lag is usually the last thing on my mind when I'm playing co-op games online. I wanted to test out Stadia Base but Geforce now had far less hoops to jump through to get a taster.

    This clearly won't beat a high end PC, if you have a PC that's years old and don't want to invest in hardware that needs replacing in a few years then you can't go wrong. I've been using this for months now and I'm quite happy with how smooth it is on my 8 year old laptop.

    adrian williams July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • You guys can say what you want but he's right on. I've been using GeForce Now for the past few months and it's totally changed how I play games. i no longer use cosnoles anymore. i use this exclusively. plus the games are dirt cheap. wait for the 4k stream upgrade eventually.

    magqcc 7 July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • As much as this video is an ad, I must say that GeForce now really is a savior for gamers who just don’t want to waste enormous amounts of money on high end PCs. In the long term, playing GeForce now for free may be better than that 1000$ PC that will lose value over time

    Alex Kao '23 July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • If your internet isn’t perfect, your experience will be bad!!!

    Peter Franzi July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • Didn't realise Ads still made people mold this much on YouTube

    Tom William July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • 💲💲💲

    midcash July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • A lot of people here saying LevelCap is shilling but honestly he’s not.

    I was not able to afford a pc for two years, GeForce Now was my only way to play rocket league (universally known as a highly competitive game that requires low latency). On WiFi with 20 down/5 up, the gameplay was quite smooth. 720p which sucked but at a steady 60hz. Every three minutes or so the screen would freeze up which was quite annoying but input latency was not a problem surprisingly. I tested other streaming services like shadow which felt like I was moving through a thick liquid while playing anything competitive it was awful.

    On Ethernet that was 100 down and 50 up, completely different story, I seriously don’t think the average player would be able to even tell the difference between an Ethernet GeForce now connection and a pc running the game natively. It was doing 1080p at 60hz and due to it being a beta program they jumped that up to 120hz for a time which was awesome

    However, it all relies on your network speeds of course, and as I said I ended up buying a pc eventually but GeForce now was an excellent stop gap measure, I played almost 2000 hours of rocket league using the service for free! Absolutely mind blowing

    Going to pc was like taking training weights off though lol, I’d only use GeForce now if I was at a friends place with my laptop and had an Ethernet cable on me

    (Net speeds are in megabits)

    Hobbes The Tiger July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • Annnd sell out. Cloud gaming sucks. I had ps now and stadia and they’re both ass with 100+ mbps. I can play cod better taking a shit playing wirelessly from my phone to my PS4. DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY LIKE I DID PLEASE!

    Sensual D July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • Nice Advert! Although, would be nice to see a proper video that you actually want to do.

    Edit: Not sure if you read comments but you should find a better alternative for revenue. Uninspired ad videos aren't fun to watch

    NØUK July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • Geforce now works pretty well but I have stadia too and I personally think stadia runs better. The only problem with stadia ATM is the library is short and the features arent there yet. Geforce now is okay but in a year from now I'm not sure it will be where stadia is at. Xcloud is pretty cool too but there performance is so far behind both geforce now and stadia

    Bibbity Bop July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • They need to do geforce now on iPad pro…1440p 120fps

    Tracker Who? July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • GeForce changed his mind.. well yeah because they're sponsoring him, okk

    Heinrich LAURENT July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • Wait your telling me i can play games on medium on my potato?

    antzielioXD July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • Game Streaming works, i use Shadow from Blade and Stadia from Google. But when it comes to Geforce Now a lot i hear are let’s call it “licensing problems” NVIDIA has: Running Games where they don’t have the license for.

    What you’ve also forget to mention: Non-supported titles are an issue and the lack of iOS Support is also an issue.

    I currently stay away from that service cause there are too many “unpredictable variables” in place rn.

    To be clear: I don’t mind you advertise them. But that video didn’t pointed out the downsides enough and that are NOT “is cloud gaming working” or “do i have enough bandwidth”

    TheOnlyEpsilonAlpha July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • This fucking shit starts only games from ubisoft so its not working like it should. If you wont stop this payed videos we will leave.

    Mark 13 July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • Having access to my Steam library is the reason I'm going to give this a shot. I have a number of games that would be perfectly playable on my phone, usually lowtech turn based dungeon crawls or the like, and many of them even have mobile versions. But those mobile versions are often piled full of microtransaction crap while the PC version is a one time buy, and even if they let you buy everything right out on mobile I'd still rather not buy the game twice.
    GeForce NOW partnering with Valve means now those perfect mobile games I could play on break at the office are actually possible. Assuming the bandwidth at work holds out anyway.

    snowstalker36 July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • ye i get it you need money but this will lose viewers in the long run

    Michael Langnes July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • its not available in middle east 😢

    Abdelrahman Baraka July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • Mannn.. so disappointed. Been following you since the early battlefield days and held your opinions at a high standard. You almost convinced me to waste my money! Good thing i read the comments before signing up

    Kitty Purry July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • I've been using this service for a few months now and this is my honest experience with it:
    I have 70Mbps internet available on my wireless node and I've set it to use up the maximum bandwidth it needs (50Mbps) but somehow I can't play on 1080p as it simply lags and stutters, on the other hand when I set the gforce now client to run my games at 1440×900 everything is fine with the extremely rare lag that comes and goes sometimes, playing at 60 fps smoothly. I have played Warframe, WWZ, Destiny 2 and Witcher 3 exhaustively most of which I could barely run at 25 fps on my potato at the lowest resolution.
    To be fair, it still has room for improvement. But I can not deny it has given me a much better gaming experience.

    Nima Sarabi July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • Garbage review nice ad there

    Devandra Balasingam July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • I like how you mentioned at around 2:15 its good you dont have to download a game if you have a slow connection bla bla bla 😀 If you have a slow connection say goodbye to GEforceNOW

    Doctor Schultz July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • I'm not an expert, but I know the basics of computer networking. There is no way that it can be reasonable to send data to and from a server that sends data to and from another server all over a heavily inconsistent Internet infrastructure instead of just sending data directly between your device and your game's server. The laws of physics says that your lag should double on average.

    Sean Westerman July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • Is this available in Australia yet?

    jez_bo July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • I'd like to know how this can work on mobile. Do you need an external controller or are some games supported with touch screen input??

    Jegan July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • i still prefer having my own hardware, till the day pro gamers start using this service and e sports events happens with this tech then I can say it is good enough

    Gabby Tech July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • Pliz give some info on the Battlefield 5. I know y did, but I am struggling on the offline thing. All the love!

    ron mikkelsen July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • This is why I stop supporting YouTube channels.
    Jumping at the money to give these commercials that they'll call reviews…
    Raid shadow legends anyone?

    Mike Cunningham July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • I did not understand what was going on in control

    David S July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • Amazing yes, not for australia

    Lochlann M July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • I have it and it is really amazing, no lag or what so ever

    Johnno Dordrecht July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • LevelAdsGaming

    Bob Jones July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • They need to add gta 5

    Humza Khan July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply
  • I think this could really change gaming for the better:
    1. It creates a standard of hardware for developers that can help streamline production
    2. Big companies are a more stable market for graphics/CPU companies to compete over than Joe Shmoe trying his best to afford that 2080 RTX
    3. It can potentially reduce hacking GREATLY by removing access/use of the base game files.
    4. We're seeing more and more rural areas get the kind of bandwidth needed to use these services all the time, it wont be long before the standard is high enough for everyone.

    Cameron Vadnais July 28, 2020 5:29 am Reply

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