You might not know it, but Nvidia has quietly toiled on its own cloud gaming platform for several years. I went hands-on with the GeForce Now beta two years ago. Though it looked in good shape then, Nvidia decided to keep it in testing. Until now. GeForce Now is live today, Tuesday, February 4th. Gamers in 30 countries throughout North America and Europe can sign up for the service. The beta’s waitlist is gone. Nvidia GeForce Now undercuts Stadia’s pricing Nvidia’s pricing is aggressive. Players can sign up as Founders, the only paid tier, at $4.99 for 12 months. That provides priority login access, session length of up to six hours, access to RTX raytracing, and a free 90-day introductory period. That severely undercuts Google Stadia, which starts at $9.99 per month. It also beats competitors like Shadow, which begins at $12.99 for an annual plan. While the Founders pricing is aggressive, it’s also temporary. Nvidia will raise the price sometime after its initial launch. Nvidia isn’t revealing when the price will increase or how much it will be. Gamers who sign up for the Founders plan now, though, lock in the introductory rate for a year. There’s also a… Read full this story
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