GeForce Now officially launches in Australia next week

Australia will get official GeForce Now support starting next week, following its success Trial stage. Launching on Tuesday, October 19, the service will come in two variants: “Basic” is free and offers a “limited edition” of GeForce Now, while “Priority” will set you back $20 a month and offer you ray tracing and extended playback. Sessions and waiting list priority. This price is available for a limited time, and on a 12-month subscription it drops to A$18 per month.

The service is powered by Australian internet service provider Pentanet, but it will work just like GeForce Now elsewhere. It is not a streaming service like Xbox Cloud. You need to already own a game — on Steam, the Epic Games Store, or GOG, to name a few — but in theory, with a priority subscription, you should be able to get better performance in those games via streaming if you’re on an older system. .


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