GeForce NOW, NVIDIA’s cloud gaming service, is launching in Australia on October 19.
GeForce NOW subscribers can access a free plan which allows players to have limited access to the service. The free plan includes joining a queue and getting connected to the next available Game Server with varying wait times during peak hours, one-hour play sessions, and RTX disabled. Otherwise, players can get Priority access for AU$19.99/month or AU$17.99/month for an annual plan. The priority access allows players to skip the queue and play for unlimited four-hour sessions, with RTX enabled.
GeForce NOW allows almost any laptop, desktop, SHIELD TV, Android and iOS device to run games at a smooth 60fps, with no upgrades required. It means that players can enjoy high-quality gaming on the go, whether it be in bed, on the plane, during your break at work, or even on the toilet.
The service currently boasts more than 80 free-to-play games, as well as over 1000 supported games from across the Epic Games and Steam libraries. This gives players the ability to stream games they already own, and with cross-saves enabled, players can pick up their progress from where they left off on any device.
Powered by Australian grown ISP Pentanet, players can sign up now at this website to purchase GeForce NOW.
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