GeForce Now Will Offer 1440P and 120Hz Gaming Experience

NVIDIA‘s popular cloud gaming service GeForce Now gains a new package that lets you play up to eight hours a day from an active server using RTX 3080 GPUs. Currently available for pre-order, the GeForce Now RTX 3080 package will run at resolutions up to 1440p with 120 FPS on PCs or 4K HDR 60 FPS on Shield TVs.

Until now, GeForce Now membership had two plans. At first, you were allowed to play for up to an hour at a time, free of charge. The second, along with early access permission and RTX ray tracing, allowed gaming at up to 60 FPS at 1080p. With the new addition, resolution up to 1440p and gaming experience up to 120 FPS are offered.

NVIDIA uses a PCIe 4.0 SSD and an RTX 3080 GPU in its new SuperPod servers. However, it should be noted that the SuperPods do not use the RTX 3080 GPUs offered for consumers. Latency on servers has been reduced to a class-leading 56ms. For the first time, a cloud gaming service offers such good values.

GeForce Now Will Offer 1440P and 120Hz Gaming Experience

NVIDIA recommends at least a 25 Mbps connection for 1080p 60 FPS playback. Those who want to go up to 1440p and use the RTX 3080 plan; will need at least 35 Mbps internet. 120 FPS gameplay will be limited to desktop or mobile clients, for now, meaning no web app access on desktop or iOS.

The new GeForce Now bundle will initially be available in the US only with a $99 fee for 6 months of access. Also, don’t forget to check out our other news from here.

GeForce Now Will Offer 1440P and 120Hz Gaming Experience
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