Steam Deck’s New GeForce Now Installer Makes Cloud Gaming Easier Than Ever

If you own a Valve Steam Deck and want to be able to play the biggest and best games in a way that wouldn’t normally be possible on a portable machine,  cloud gaming is the answer.

Right now you can play GeForce Now games on the Steam Deck but the process of getting it up and running can be cumbersome. Thankfully, Nvidia has shared a new installer that takes all the hassle out of it.

The Steam Deck installer for GeForce Now is available in beta form and it takes away all of the extra steps that would normally be required to get things up and running.

Members can use a new beta installation method to automatically configure GeForce NOW’s browser in Steam Deck’s Gaming Mode. The installation script automatically installs Google Chrome to the device, then adds all the settings needed to help members log into GeForce NOW and stream their favorite games.

The report goes on to say that it’s now easier to find supported titles thanks to support for navigating the browser using the Steam Deck’s gamepad. And importantly, your game of choice doesn’t have to be on Steam.

Plus, members can easily play non-Steam games on the Steam Deck thanks to the cloud. This includes games from, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect, and Xbox, as well as supported PC Game Pass titles. No more worrying about downloads or backend configurations. And with more than 1,900 games supported, there’s always something new to stream.

This new Steam Deck installer makes it easier to play GeForce Now games with other portable devices including ASUS ROG Ally, Logitech G Cloud, Lenovo Legion Go, MSI Claw, and Razer Edge giving people the chance to play PC games on the go.

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