GeForce NOW gets a price hike in several countries
NVIDIA has announced a price change for certain regions for its game streaming service known as GeForce NOW.
As per the announcement, GeForce Now is set to undergo a pricing adjustment, with an increase of 1 to 2 euros per month depending on the subscription tier. In Europe, the current price stands at 10 euros, but it will soon rise to 11 euros. Meanwhile, for the Ultimate service, the cost will be raised from 20 euros to 22 euros.
To recap, the Priority service provides users with a 1080p resolution and 60 FPS, whereas the Ultimate tier enhances the resolution to 4K and increases the frame rate to 120 FPS. Additionally, the higher-tier subscription extends the maximum session duration from 6 to 8 hours.
NVIDIA has specified that the new pricing structure will come into effect on November 1st and will impact regions including Canada, the UK, the Eurozone, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Czechia, and Poland.
It’s important to note that GeForce NOW also offers a free option, which grants a 1-hour session duration and provides access to a ‘basic gaming rig’ with lower priority for streaming services. This serves as an excellent opportunity to test the service’s performance.
As previously assured, NVIDIA is honoring its commitment to the Founders Priority program, offering members the Founders For Life promotion, which maintains a 50% discount as long as their membership remains active.