RTX 3080 subscription for GeForce Now lets you play games like a high-end PC, without a high-end PC

Nvidia has unveiled important updates regarding GeForce Now, its cloud gaming service that can be used from any device. The service will in fact receive a new type of subscription called GeForce Now RTX 3080 which, as the name suggests, will be based on very powerful machines that mount a GeForce RTX 3080. In this way, even those with a mid-range or low-end computer, will be able to stream games with the quality of a high-end PC without the need for a gaming machine costing thousands of euros.

The new subscription will be available in preorder starting today for Priority and Founders members of the service, and starting next week for all other players. The service will become active since December in Europe.

So let’s see all the further details on the new subscription to take advantage of Nvidia’s cloud gaming.

GeForce Now RTX 3080: a concentrate of power

The new subscription type presented will offer performance comparable to Higher-end PC currently on the market, as reported by Nvidia itself. At the moment we know how difficult it is to grab a GeForce video card, even lower-end than the powerful 3080, and the GeForce Now RTX 3080 cloud gaming service could be an excellent alternative even for those who have not yet managed to build their own PC. gaming dream.

Here are the prices and features of the new GeForce Now subscription

The new subscription will allow access to new exclusive servers dedicated only to the RTX 3080 service. Thanks to the power of the machines, streaming will allow you to run the titles of the GeForce Now catalog at 1440p and 120FPS on PC, on MacBook instead they will be able to reach 1600p and 120FPS, while owners of Nvidia Shield TV will be able to play at a resolution of well 4K HDR at 60FPS with 7.1 surround sound.

If you want to play on your smartphone you can also enjoy the fluidity of the action at 120FPS in this case, as long as you have an Android phone with a 120Hz screen. This will also apply to PC and Mac screens – at least for those who want to play with this fluidity.

The new subscription will harness the power of RTX 3080 video cards

The subscription will cost 99.99 euros for six months and will also guarantee the longest period of gaming sessions: with the RTX 3080 subscription it will be possible play for eight hours straight before your session is closed, two hours longer than the existing subscription of the Priority package. There will also be a client-related update that will add support (for the moment in beta) for Microsoft Edge, and Adaptive Sync technology, which will improve streaming quality by eliminating latency as much as possible and making the image smoother. .

An ever-expanding catalog

News also for the games in the GeForce Now catalog, which already currently can count over a thousand. Among these are present beyond 90 free-to-play including Fortnite, Apex Legends, Destiny 2 and many others. It will also be possible to take advantage of the games obtained as a gift every week on the Epic Game Store, plus many new titles including several recent releases.

There are many titles coming to Nvidia’s cloud streaming service
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Among the titles that will support also the performance of the subscription Now RTX 3080, there will be several new features, including the first to arrive will be the Amazon MMORPG, New World. The games available today will be:

  • Disciples: Liberation (new title on Steam and Epic Games Store)
  • ELYON (new title on Steam)
  • Riders Republic (“Trial Week” su Ubisoft Connect)
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider 20 Year Celebration (new title on Epic Games Store)
  • Sword and Fairy 7 (new title on Steam)
  • The Forgotten City (Steam ed Epic Games Store)
  • Legend of Keepers (Steam ed Epic Games Store)
  • New World (Steam)
  • Townscaper (Steam)

To these will be added other important releases such as Far Cry 6, Guardians of the Galaxy, Life is Strange: True Colors, Humankind and more to come in the future. In short, the promises of Nvidia are very clear – and the future of gaming seems increasingly in the cloud.

We are now waiting to closely test the novelties that were presented to us in a digital event for the press, to tell you in more detail this alternative to the run-up to the unfortunately still unobtainable RTX 30.

If you want to make the most of your GeForce Now subscription you can buy the Nvidia Shield TV Pro on Amazon at this link at no additional cost.

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