GeForce Now subscribers can sync their steam libraries to their personal accounts with “Game Sync” Nvidia stated.
The cloud system which “brings your own game” introduced its paid option at the start of this year which permits subscribers to play games got from other services which include Steam, Epic Games Store, Battle.Net, and Uplay in the cloud.
Yet looking for games from the Steam library that were well matched with GeForce Now was quiet slogging. The latest feature will find games in a subscriber’s name which is backed by GeForce Now and will automatically add to “My Library” as per Nvidia.
In order to get it synced go to Steam account GeForce Now and go to Game Sync in Settings whenever you buy a new game through Steam.
When Nvidia introduced the paid partnership of GeForce Now it created a stir amidst game creators who witnessed users use copyright information without the author’s permission and so many of them exited their games from the platform.
Further, the firm upgraded its policy back in May asking publishers and developers to choose the stream to use privately on Nvidia’s platform.
Well there is no more going up and down looking for your favorite games