GeForce NOW is a cloud gaming service that has gone through a rather complex evolutionary process, but in the end, it has come out well. NVIDIA has known how to play its cards, and this has been noticeable in important aspects such as the integration of the main online video game platforms, and in the possibility of using both the games we have already bought and those we have obtained for free through various promotions.
To all of the above, we must add, also, the good level of performance offered by GeForce NOW when we meet the requirements set, especially at the connection level, and also the value of being able to access this service without having to pay a single cent. Yes, the free model lacks some of the advantages that are exclusive to the paid mode, but as we told you at the time it is still a very useful way to play those titles that our PC can not move due to lack of power.
During the last year, GeForce Now has achieved important advances, among which we can highlight:
- Integrating, from day one, important releases such as Cyberpunk 2077.
- Supporting the best free-to-play games currently available.
- Increasing the library of available games, which now encompasses a catalog of more than 800 games.
- Opening new data centers across the globe to improve availability.
- Expanding capacity in existing data centers to improve the experience.
- Improved quality of service by implementing numerous optimizations.
GeForce NOW says goodbye to Founders Edition Subscription
When GeForce NOW came out of beta last February 2020, the Founders Edition subscription model was introduced. That subscription offered, for a price of $5,49, priority access, continuous multi-hour sessions, and the ability to enable DLSS and ray tracing in supported games.
It was an interesting offer but limited to a specific period, as it was intended to celebrate the release of GeForce NOW from beta. Nevertheless, the offer has been available for quite some time, and today we can confirm that it has come to an end. From now on, the Founders Edition subscription disappears, and becomes “Priority”. Its price goes from $5,49 to $9,99 under a monthly plan, and $99,99 under the annual model.
NVIDIA has confirmed that all those who used the Founders Edition subscription will be able to keep the original price of $5,49 for life, good news indeed. If you use the free plan you have nothing to worry about, as it remains unchanged, at least until further notice.