game streaming

Comparing all the current game streaming + subscription services

In 2020 the sheer number of game streaming subscriptions makes you wonder where you should focus your energy and money. Are you are looking for a streaming subscription to satisfy your gaming needs? Well, we put together a table overview for you to peruse and possibly see which ones you might prefer, or see why some of these are now redundant services.

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In the comparison table, we compare the cost of the service, duration of services as well as the number of games you can expect on the service as of 2020.

The current game streaming & subscriptions in comparison

 Google Stadia Nvidia GeForce Now

* Google Stadia has a major issue, you have to purchase every single game separately to play it on Stadia, this model is flawed and way too expensive and the selection of games is currently very limited. I highly recommend you wait for the free version coming later this year.

* Nvidia’s GeForce Now allows PC players to transform their setups into a powerful gaming rig that can play over 500 GeForce Now supported games from your Steam or Epic Games Library – Available for North America & Europe at the moment.

Do you like Ubisoft games and want to play their titles at launch with one subscription? Well then Uplay Plus is your best option, however, keep in mind that Uplay Plus has only games published by Ubisoft, with the likes of Splinter Cell, Assassins Creed and Ghost Recon franchises on the service.

Similarly do you like Electronic Arts’ games? Well then Origin Access Premier is your best option, however, keep in mind that Origin Access Premier has only games published by EA, with the likes of FIFA, Battlefield, and Star Wars franchises on the service.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate PlayStation Now

So as you can see in the table above not every subscription is worth it, many of the games you are looking for are available on a select few of these subscriptions however if you mainly play console games with an occasional PC voyage you will need to make a choice between Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or PlayStation Now.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate provides exclusive Xbox titles like Gears 5, Sea of Thieves and many more new titles also added regularly. PlayStation Now contains Sony’s best collection of exclusives from the award-winning God of War to Horizon Zero Dawn as well as other non-exclusive titles, both are a great option should you look to play different exclusives.

For an in-depth look at each service you can visit the sites below:

Which service are you currently using? Let us know in the comments below.