NVidia’s GeForce Now Australian launch date and pricing has been confirmed by ISP and partner Pentanet.
Available from 19 October, players can access two membership options: Basic and Priority.
The Basic subscription will only be available for a limited time, will offer up one-hour play sessions and won’t allow players to use RTX features; it also has limited spots, so there may be a queue when trying to use GeForce Now.
The Priority subscription will set you back $17.99 AUD/month (at Founder Priority access rates, which will be on offer for a limited time), or $19.99 AUD/month normally. Those who secure the Founder Priority discount will keep that pricing structure as a lifetime offer.
We’ve had a go at GeForce Now on both Windows PC and Android and think it runs pretty well. In comparison to the likes of Xbox Cloud Gaming on those same devices, it falls to a distant second place; in the case of GeForce Now, you not only have to purchase a subscription to use the system, but own each game you wish to stream.
Are you going to give GeForce Now a go?
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