Phil Esler, general manager of Nvidia’s cloud-based gaming service GeForce Now, announced that the service may be coming to other devices. Esler added that the service can come to these devices, including the Nintendo Switch, provided that there is sufficient demand.
US-based Nvidia introduced its service GeForce Now, which made gamers very happy in the past years. This service allows you to play games on your devices without having powerful hardware. To open it, even more, GeForce Now, a cloud-based service, is seen as a perfect fit by gamers as it allows you to play powerful games even on the most crappy computers.
In case of demand, it may come to devices such as Nintendo Switch
According to a report shared by TechRadar, the GeForce Now service may come to Nintendo’s popular console Switch. Speaking on the subject in an interview, GeForce Now General Manager Phil Esler stated that the service may soon come to other platforms, provided that there is demand, and said: “ Based on member requests, we started supporting LG televisions and smart TVs in December 2021. We continue to try other devices that our members are interested in.”
We have seen that Nintendo brought powerful graphics games such as A Plague Tale: Innocence, Hitman 3 and Kingdom Hearts to the Switch console with cloud technology. The ongoing uncertainty of devices such as Switch 2 and Switch Pro, which have been talked about for a long time but for which there is no official information yet, reveals that the Switch device can play games that would not normally work with cloud technology.
However, it can be said that Nintendo’s current cloud platform is not very good because it is limited to 720p resolution and 30 fps. Nvidia GeForce Now’s use of the RTX 3080, which is much more powerful than the Switch, may also be a solution to this problem for Nintendo. Of course, it should not go without saying that these are just guesses at the moment and that there is a possibility that the GeForce Now service will never come to the Nintendo Switch console.