NVIDIA GeForce Now feels more native on Steam Deck, thanks to this one new feature | Windows

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What you need to know

  • NVIDIA GeForce Now will soon support navigating the streaming service within a browser using any gamepad, such as that on Valve’s Steam Deck handheld.
  • The new functionality is available in the latest beta installation method for GeForce Now on Steam Deck.
  • It’s already possible to navigate GeForce Now on handheld consoles, but it requires you to use a cursor, which isn’t the smoothest experience.

NVIDIA GeForce Now is one of the best game streaming services on the market and Valve’s Steam Deck is one of the best handheld gaming consoles. So, you would think that the two would play nicely together. But that hasn’t exactly been the case up to this point. While the Steam Deck can stream NVIDIA GeForce Now, you have to launch those games with a mouse cursor. That’s not the smoothest experience when you sit down with a gamepad in your hand. Luckily, that limitation is about to change.

The latest beta installation method for GeForce Now on the Steam deck allows you to navigate the game streaming service on a browser with a gamepad. 

Source www.windowscentral.com

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