As usual, NVIDIA today released a new update to GeForce Now, its cloud game service that debuted quite some time ago in Spain and that allows us to play a large number of titles that we have in our Steam, GOG or Epic Games Store library from almost any device.
The most important novelty this week is that from today players who opt for this service They can subscribe monthly to the GeForce Now RTX 3080 plan for 19.99 euros per month being able to enjoy the “premium” part of the NVIDIA streaming game.
GeForce Now RTX 3080 is, for NVIDIA, a next-gen cloud gaming experience as it allows us to play our titles through the cloud with ultra-low latency and can also enjoy a rate of 120 frames per second on PC and Mac as well as enable ray tracing and NVIDIA DLSS technologies in games that support this technology.
In addition, NVIDIA has also shared with us the games that arrive this week at GeForce Now that adds 6 new titles compatible to already offer more than 1500 games, including free titles such as Fortnite:
- Buccaneers! (New release on Steam)
- Distant Worlds 2 (New release on Steam)
- Ironsmith Medieval Simulator (New release on Steam)
- Bus Driver Simulator (Steam)
- Martha is Dead (Steam)
- Survival Quiz CITY (Steam)
NVIDIA also does not sell its products in Russia
Beyond this, NVIDIA has also been a protagonist this week by announcing that it is joining other large technology companies and that it stops selling its graphics cards and other products in Russia as a protest against the invasion of Ukraine. In addition, just yesterday we discovered a leak that suggests that the company’s new graphics card, the RTX 3090 Ti, will be launched on March 29.
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