GeForce is a graphics processing unit brand that is created by Nvidia. As of now, the GeForce series has the sixteen iterations of the design.
But now, Nvidia has planned something new for the GeForce users. Now they have added a new feature called Game Sync, which has come up with a new way to find the compatibility of the game. Now, you don’t need to scroll and find the games in the list or type game titles in the search box. The GeForce users can sync the game with the Steam library of their accounts. The specific games will appear automatically under the My Library section. It will allow you to find your game more quickly.
GeForce is a cloud-based gaming service. Also, you don’t need to purchase any game. You can play the games through this platform directly from your cloud or library. The service will work on your already bought games. It works entirely opposite to Google Stadia. In Google Stadia, you need to buy a separate copy of the games if you want to play on the cloud gaming platform.
A long time ago, Nvidia launched GeForce as the beta version, and at that time, the company had released the list of the games that were compatible with this GPU. But after the official launch of the cloud streaming platform, the list disappeared. At that time, the users had to scroll to navigate the game from the non-categorized list, or they need to type the title of the games in the search bar to view the compatible games. The searching for the title in the search bar is an easy method if you need a single game. But finding specific titles in the non-categorized list is time-consuming.
How To Sync Your Steam Library With The GeForce Library?
For synchronizing the Steam library, tap on the setting icon that you can find on the upper right-hand side of the launcher. You will find the Game Sync option on the right side of the launcher. Tap on the “Link” icon and sign in. After a couple of minutes, your library will be synced. Now, finally, you have to restart the app. Whenever you purchase a new game through Steam, you need to re-sync the game.
Unfortunately, the GeForce doesn’t allow you to sync the games in your library that were purchased from the other digital stores like Uplay, and Epic. The feature is currently unavailable, but there are chances that the elements might be available in the near future.
For playing the games on your cloud, you need to download the latest GeForce ’s latest version (18.104.22.168) from their official website.