Nvidia Won’t Require Sign-In’s To Try Its Free New Cloud Gaming Demos

Nvidia and Google are allowing you to try their virtual gaming PCs for free, following Google’s recent announcement that any Stadia developer will be able to offer an instantly accessible free trial of their game without needing to log into a Google account. Nvidia’s GeForce Now is pushing reduced-friction demos as well, starting with Chorus, Ghostrunner, Inscryption, Diplomacy Is Not an Option, and The Riftbreaker: Prologue.

Typically, you’d need to log into an Nvidia account, then log in again to a Steam, Epic Games, or Ubisoft account to play one of these demos on GeForce Now, and you’d have to search for them as well. Now, the Nvidia account is all you’ll need. Demos will automatically appear in a new “Instant Play Free Demos” row and won’t require the second login.

“We will accept any free demo,” said Phil Eisler, VP and GM of Nvidia’s GeForce Now. “We just ask that if a full version of the game becomes available later that our users can play it on GeForce Now.”

As for these demos, they can only be launched from within the app or web app.

(All information was provided by The Verge)

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