No all the more looking through to find compatible games
GeForce Now users can sync their Steam libraries to their accounts with Nvidia’s new Game Sync option. Compatible games will come in the My Library area of Game Sync, Nvidia declared.
The “bring your own game” cloud administration, which propelled its paid level earlier, allows gamers to play games bought through different platforms—including Steam, the Epic Games Store, Battle.net, and Uplay—in the cloud. However, looking for games in your Steam library that were compatible with GeForce Now was somewhat of a trudge.
The new component will distinguish games in a user’s Steam library supported by GeForce Now and will add them to the “My Library” list inside the application, Nvidia says. To sync your Steam account with your GeForce Now library, go to Game Sync in Settings whenever you buy another game by Steam.
When Nvidia announced the paid level of GeForce Now it caused some debate among game distributors, who considered it to be a route for gamers to get to the copyrighted substance without distributors’ permission, and a few pulled their games from GeForce Now. Nvidia refreshed its strategy in May, requiring distributors and designers to pick into the platform to have their games accessible to be played remotely on Nvidia’s servers.