Couldn’t snag an RTX 3080 before they sold out today? Google says don’t worry, there are new ways to find games for Chromebooks on the Play Store and great “works with Chromebook” controllers available.
Nvidia added a new feature to GeForce Now gaming for Chromebooks that may push me away from Stadia. I can play all of my previously purchased game titles from Steam thanks to Game Sync.
Nvidia’s GeForce NOW launches on Chromebooks today in beta, rivaling Google Stadia for gaming on the go. Which is the better deal? It may depend on where you buy your games and what you want to play.
After Minecraft disappeared for Chromebooks in the Google Play Store back in June, many wondered what happened. Now we know: Microsoft has made the Minecraft Education Edition compatible with Chromebooks, but you’ll need an Office 365 student account to play it.
Epic Games has finally put Fortnite in the Google Play Store. And there was much rejoicing! Well, unless you have a Chromebook, that is.
Surprise: Nvidia is bringing its GeForce NOW game streaming service to Chromebooks this year. Certain benefits could sway Chromebook gamers away from Google Stadia. Here’s why.
Google announced most of the important details of its Stadia game service and has a Stadia Founders Edition package available for pre-order. If you want to game on a Chromebook, this may be worth the price of admission
The Dev Channel of Chrome OS is now up to version 76, bringing a simple flag to enable GPU hardware acceleration in Linux. Here’s a video of Portal in Steam on the Pixel Slate, with and without GPU acceleration.
Currently enabled with a command line option, GPU hardware acceleration for Linux on Chromebooks is getting a flag setting in Chrome OS 76, making it easier for GPU support in Linux.
Add another four devices to get GPU acceleration for Linux apps: A code change will bring it to the latest Chromeboxes, enabling light gaming functionality for Project Crostini.
With the cloud as the new game platform, Google Stadia will bring high-end PC game experiences to just about any screen, and that includes all Chromebooks.