Details and GeForce titles are revealed via Logitech’s portable G Cloud

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  • A new handheld gaming system from Logitech called G Cloud, which supports GeForce Now natively, is about to be released.

G Cloud is now supported out of the gate by GeForce Now, Nvidia’s cloud-based game streaming service that transmits real-time gameplay from the cloud to gaming devices like PCs, iPads, and Android devices.

The G Cloud is a portable gaming device from Logitech that runs on Android and is compatible with GeForce Now as well as other cloud-based gaming services like Steam Link and Xbox Cloud Gaming.

A 7-inch touchscreen, a battery life of more than 12 hours, haptic feedback, and remappable controls are all included in the console. Additionally, it has an embedded gyroscope that enables users to rotate the console to operate compatible games.

Vice President and General Manager of Logitech Gaming Ujesh Desai stated that the company set out to “build a device that was perfectly optimized for cloud gaming,” which meant including fine controls “similar to a high-end Xbox controller” along with a sizable screen, long battery life, and “a lightweight design so players can enjoy long gaming sessions, without any compromise.”

Additionally, the G Cloud can stream videos, download remote play apps, and connect to local Xbox console games via the Xbox app.

In November, GeForce Now will add Portal with RTX to its supported library in conjunction with the launch of the G Cloud. This update will be free for Portal owners. the game has been fully redesigned with full ray tracing to “show the potential of new GPUs.” Nvidia RTX Remix, a free modding platform that lets modders to swiftly develop and distribute mods for vintage games using complete ray tracing and upgraded tools, was used to make the game.

Last but not least, this week GeForce Now subscribers may anticipate finding eight additional titles streaming from the cloud, including:

Blind Fate: Edo no Yami Construction Simulator

Soulstice Stones Keeper

Potion Permit Total War: Warhammer

Pre-orderers will only be able to purchase the G Cloud for a short time at the discounted price of £264.48 ($299.99), after which it will go up to £308.56 ($349.99) at the Logitech shop. The FIFA 23 Web App is additionally accessible and offers early access to FIFA Ultimate Team.

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