The Pentanet team ran a Beta for GeForce Now for 3 weeks. During the testing period, Aussie gamers played over 3 million minutes and 100,000 unique gaming sessions utilising GeForce Now. Beta players, including GOA members, were lucky to have hands on experience before the official launch of GeForce Now.
Nividia GeForce Now, powered by Pentanet, brings the power of cloud gaming to Aussie players. GeForce Now transforms most modern laptops, desktops and mobile devices, connecting gamers to premium graphics and performance through the cloud based platform. A complete list of compatible devices is available on the cloud.gg website.
GeForce Now will be available for all gamers from the 19th of October.
During the Checkpoint Live announcement, Pentanet founder Stephen Cornish, shared two pricing plans.
There is an option for those who would like to try before they buy. The Basic account, free to players, will provide a limited version of the service. The Basic free account users will be required to queue for available game servers, and will have their play sessions limited to one hour. Gamers will need to re-queue if they’d like to continue using the service after an hour of play. Some NVIDIA RTX technologies will be disabled for gamers using the free service.
The Priority plan is currently available at a limited Founders subscription price. This plan will provide priority access to game servers compared to the Basic free account. Priority players will be able to play uninterrupted for four hours. All NIVIDIA RTX technologies will be enabled, including RT Cores for ray tracing and Tensor Cores.
The limited founders price provides access to the Priority plan for $19.99 a month (pay as you go), or or $17.99 a month for an annual subscription (a saving of $24 over 12 months). Gamers who join before launch will enjoy the founders pricing for the lifetime of their subscription.
Pre-order today at cloud.gg to secure the limited founders price!