GeForce Now gains Edge support, which guarantees PC gaming on Xbox
THE GeForce Now is officially enabled in Microsoft Edge. Which means that, from now on, users of Xbox can play games PRAÇA on your consoles. THE GeForce Now, which recently arrived in Brazil, brings more than 800 games available for play, in monthly, half-yearly plans, or a free one, more limited to half an hour of play, plus a queue for water.
The solution is yet another open door to the world of PRAÇA on a console Xbox, where interested parties can try out the service and its games, as well as enjoy games like CS:GO, DOTA 2 and League of Legends. In fact, this is another way to play PRAÇA at the Xbox, because the Parsec already works in the console, also via browser. However, in this case, it is necessary to have the computer, either at home, or “borrowed” from a friend.
Tom Warren, editor of The Verge website, showed a short video showing access to Counter Strike: GO. And as the Xbox it’s the GeForce Now support for keyboard and mouse, it is still possible to play these games, even when they do not have support for a gamepad.
Furthermore, Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, made a commitment to its community to bring complete games from PRAÇA to the Xbox through Xbox Cloud Gaming. There is still no date for the arrival of these games, but the GeForce Now made progress in this direction.