GeForce Now brings 4K cloud gaming to PC and Mac
Something to look ahead to: This week, Nvidia introduced the arrival of 4K streaming to GeForce Now’s PC and Mac apps. The firm additionally revealed which video games come to the subscription service this month, together with three Star Wars titles — seemingly in celebration of May 4, Star Wars Day.
Since final December, GeForce Now subscribers have been in a position to stream video games in 4K HDR at 60 frames per second by means of the premium RTX 3080 tier, however solely on Nvidia’s Sheild TV. Other gadgets have been restricted to a most decision of 1440p, although at 120fps.
The 4K choice is offered on GeForce Now’s Windows and macOS apps beginning right now. Nvidia has additionally introduced 120fps streaming to extra cell gadgets, together with the Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold3, Flip3, and the OnePlus 9 Pro.
For May, GeForce Now is rotating in a trio of Star Wars video games, together with Star Wars Battlefront II, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and Star Wars: Squadrons. Other notable titles touchdown on the platform right now embrace new releases like Trek to Yomi, Dinosaur Fossil Hunter, Crowns and Pawns: Kingdom of Deceit, Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate –Daemonhunters, and extra.
King of Fighters XV, Raji: An Ancient Epic, Crossfire: Legion, Vampire: The Masquerade Swansong, Evil Dead: The Game, Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja Wars and much more ought to arrive later in May. Check out Nvidia’s weblog for the complete listing.
When Nvidia first launched the 3080 tier, customers may solely join six months at $100. However, final month the corporate added a one-month $20 choice. Adding a shorter-term subscription and letting PCs stream in 4K whereas additionally bringing 120fps to extra gadgets appears like a play to persuade extra customers to check out GeForce Now’s highest tier.