Pentanet went live with the Geforce Now Beta back on November 22nd and now, finally, the service has been opened to the public.
Geforce Now powered by Pentanet is bringing a library of over 1000 games that you can play by connecting your accounts from game stores such as Steam, Epic Games, Ubisoft Connect and GOG.COM.
GeForce Now is a BYOG service (bring your own games) that lets you stream your existing games library to almost any hardware including phones, tablets, laptops (even non-gaming laptops) and of course PCs.
If you are just looking to dip your toe in the GeForce Now waters there is a Basic membership available for a limited time that will “allow players to check out a limited version of the service for free to experience some of the power of cloud gaming.” Basic sessions will be time-limited to 1 hour and will not have RTX features available.
For the serious gamers, the Priority membership will let you “truly unleash the power of the service, with RTX-ON enabled gaming…” Priority members also have full access to RTX features as well as priority queuing.
The world’s most powerful cloud gaming system has arrived in AustraliaGeForce Now
Priority pricing is available at a Limited Founders subscription fee starting at $17.99 AUD a month billed annually.
From today, players will be able to experience the amazing visuals of real-time ray tracing streamed with RTX ON via GeForce NOW Powered by Pentanet, using a vast variety of hardware options.
To find out more head over to https://cloud.gg
Or you can check out our previous GeForce Now coverage here.