A new app called as ‘Rainway’ will allow users to stream PC games on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and other many devices and that too, at 60 FPS.

Rainway is an upcoming application under development by Andrew Sampson, that requires no additional hardware to run fan favorite PC games to be streamed on a web browser anytime, on any device. The app uses less resources of any hardware to run the game from a browser that will require registration. After logging in, players can start their favorite games.

According to the developer of Rainway, native apps for Nintendo Switch, Xbox, smartphones and tablets and other devices are being developed to offer a seamless gameplay experience.

While the best part is that any modern day PC with a GPU having DirectX 11 support will be compatible for game streaming and no additional cost will be required for any gadget or subscription fee. The streaming will be free of cost for life.

The developer has asked the players to register themselves in order to enter the beta, which will kick off from 5th May. Interested participants can get registered from here.

See also: Xbox Game Pass Getting Close to Launch, Alpha Preview Ending Soon

The Rainway app will be available on Nintendo’s eShop once it becomes available and will support the controllers as well. Lately, the developer posted on reddit forums announcing that the app is being tested with Witcher 3 on Galaxy S8 plus and the app is working ‘incredibly’.

Stay tuned for more updates!

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