Playing games on your Android is much easier after the release of GeForce Now, Nvidia’s cloud video game platform. After telling you how you can play with GeForce Now on Android, we delve a little deeper into the service for find out how you can play your Steam games on your devices.
Completely free, you can import those titles you have into your Steam library to be able to continue playing on your mobile or tablet. Here are the games that support GeForce Now and how you can play them on your Android.
How to play your Steam games on Android with GeForce Now
As we mentioned with the release of GeForce Now for Android, your device needs a number of minimum requirements to be able to process games: have 2 GB of RAM and Android version 5.0 or higher. In addition, from Nvidia recommend having an Internet connection with 15 Mbps speed available up and down at least.
After downloading and opening GeForce Now, you’ll need to sign in with your account or sign up with a new user. You have to keep in mind that most games available on Steam are compatible with GeForce Now, about 400 titles. However, there are some games that are not supported, so you will not be able to play them with GeForce Now on your Android.
It seems that some companies like Capcom and EA have decided not to allow their games to be available in GeForce Now. That way, even if you have them in your Steam library, they won’t show up on the Nvidia platform. Having this detail clear, we move on to explain what steps you need to follow to play your Steam games on GeForce Now.
1º- Open the GeForce Now app on your Android i sign in with your account.
2º- In the search engine of the app, located in the upper right corner, find your Steam game you want to play. If it does not appear, it is not available. You can also access the game through the main screen. Once you find the game, click on it.
3º- You will thus access the screen of the game which, in our case, is Star Trek Online. GeForce Now will warn you that in order to play you must own the title on Steam. After reading the message, select the Play button. The app will then start scanning the network to see if the connection between the different items is correct.
4º- This way you will access the Steam screen, with the mobile phone in a horizontal position, where you have to log in with your account by clicking on the Login option. A window will then open in which you must enter your username and password. To expand the keyboard, tap the second button on the keyboard that appears in the upper left corner.
5º- After entering your credentials, you will need to enter the special passcode that Steam will send you to your email to finally access the game screen.
6º- You have already taken the most complicated steps to play your Stream game in GeForce Now for Android. Finally, what you have to do is click on the Play button, which appears to the right of the game image.
And that’s it, so you can play your Steam games on your Android phone or tablet thanks to GeForce Now. As we mentioned before, there are some limitations in terms of the catalog of games available, but in general they are about 400 titles that you can enjoy.
In addition to Steam, in GeForce Now you can also play your Epic Games games through a similar process to which we have explained to you in this article. The ease of importing games, in addition to having a free plan and processing games in the cloud, is one of the features that make GeForce Now the main competition from Google Stadia.
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