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Nvidia doubles GeForce Now’s paid price to $10 per month

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When it launched last year, Nvidia warned that the $5 “Founders” subscriptions to its stellar GeForce Now game streaming service would only exist for a limited time, and on Thursday the company kept its promise. Going forward, the premium tier for GeForce Now will be dubbed a Premium membership and cost $10 per month or $100 per year, twice as much as before. Bummer.Doubling the price of a paid GeForce Now subscription doesn’t look good at first blush, but it’s not quite as bleak as it sounds. Nvidia will still offer free, unlimited-use GeForce Now accounts that let you play your PC games for up to an hour before asking you to join the queue again. The paid Premium membership earns you a spot at the front of that queue and extends session lengths to six hours, and it lets you turn on real-time ray tracing in games that support it. It’s an exact match for the previous Founders subscription’s feature set, just with a new name and twice the cost.To read this article in full, please click here
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