Promises 27 new games this month
Nvidia Geforce NOW is celebrating its fourth anniversary this month, promising 27 new games including Diablo IV, Overwatch 2, and three more games that are added this week.
Geforce NOW getting G-SYNC, 24 new G-SYNC gaming monitors, displays and TVs, and more
In addition to its RTX 40 SUPER series lineup announcement at CES 2024, Nvidia also announced some other updates, including a list of games that will be getting RTX updates, including DLSS and/or ray tracing. Nvidia Geforce is also getting a few updates including G-Sync support, and Nvidia was keen to note that there are 24 new G-SYNC monitors, displays, and TVs coming soon.
Gears 5 and more
Xbox and Nvidia have both announced that Nvidia Geforce NOW members will now be able to stream some big Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda titles, like Gears 5.
Getting around the regulator
Software King of the World is messing with the head of regulators who are trying to prove that its Activision Blizzard deal will create a monoply by making supply deals with those who could be considered rivals.
GeForce Now Ultimate offers RTX 4080 GPU for $100 a month
Nvidia announced this week that the latest version of its subscription service, GeForce Now Ultimate, has officially gone live for several cities in the US.
Over 64 TFLOPs per user
Nvidia has announced that its Geforce NOW is powered by Ada Lovelace architecture, delivering over 64 TFLOPs per user.
60fps gaming for PC and Mac
Nvidia has updated its GeForce Now cloud gaming service to include 4K 60fps gaming for PC and Mac, plus 120fps for 120Hz Android devices.
Because it is doing so well
Nvidia is effectively doubling the price of GeForce Now, its cloud streaming service. The company added a new subscription tier on Thursday called Priority membership, which will cost $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year,
Watch Dogs: Legion and a year of Geforce NOW
Nvidia has also announced a new bundle for its RTX 30 series graphics cards which will include Watch Dogs: Legion, and a one-year of free Geforce NOW.
Additional 40 million possible gamers
Nvidia is investing heavily in a cloud gaming platform called GeForce Now, and we had a chance to get an update from an old friend and industry veteran Phil Eisler, VP of GeForce Now and cloud gaming. The biggest announcement for today is that Chromebooks have support for GeForce now.