Where will you slot in?
New Aussie GeForce Now plans have been launched by Pentanet, the Perth-based ISP driving the streaming service locally.
The four tiers range from free to $21.99 AUD per month, and come with features to match accordingly.
Here are the new tiers:
- Trial (Free): Users can test out GeForce NOW Powered by Pentanet with the free Trial plan. Play 30-minute capped sessions to test your internet speeds, trial gaming on different devices, and get a real feel for cloud gaming.
- Basic ($3.99 AUD/month):Queue priority over Trial players and 1-hour of play time. Ideal for gaming on the go during your daily commute or lunch break.
- Casual ($10.99 AUD/month): 3-hour playtime sessions and queue priority over Basic members. Ideal for casual gamers and players who want to spend quality time playing against their mates each week.
- Priority ($21.99 AUD/month): Now includes an extended 6 hours of uninterrupted play time (an increase of 2 hours), top-dog status in the queue, and RTX switched on for all applicable titles.
Don’t forget that in addition to the fees above, players will need to own games on PC before streaming them; you’ll also need to make sure the game that you want to stream is compatible with GeForce Now.
“Existing Priority members who had an active Founder’s Pricing subscription at the time of the new plan launch will not be affected by the price change and will retain this pricing for life,” Pentanet also confirmed via press release.
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