Nvidia has just activated its new Parisian SuperPOD GeForce Now. Ultimate subscribers can now enjoy power equivalent to the RTX 4080
The GeForce RTX 4080 is a top-tier graphics card, but it’s expensive. Very expensive! But now there’s a new way to enjoy it without having to close your PEL all at once: GeForce Now.
GeForce Now Ultimate upgrades to RTX 4080
In January, at CES, Nvidia announced the redesign of its offerings cloud gaming. The GeForce Now RTX 3080 plan thus became GeForce Now Ultimate, promising to offer subscribers an equivalent of the RTX 4080. The service thus becomes more powerful than a PS5 or an Xbox Series X, with latency reduced to less than 40 ms.
Two months after the announcement, an eighth SuperPOD is now lighting up and it’s in Paris. French players can therefore take advantage of this power in their Ultimate subscription with servers nearby.
We had the opportunity to test this new GeForce Now formula in January by connecting to the server in Frankfurt. Despite the distance, we were so amazed that we said Nvidia was 10 years ahead of the competition. Only downside always: the catalog of games, always a bit weak.
New series of games in GeForce Now
However, the catalog is regularly expanding. First, the partnership with Microsoft gives GeForce Now the Xbox game catalog and possibly Activision Blizzard games in the future. In addition, new games are added to the service every Thursday.
Here are the new GeForce Now compatible titles:
- Atomic heart (Steam)
- Blood bowl 3 (Steam and Epic Games Store)
- Chef Life: A restaurant simulator (Steam)
- Sons of the Forest (Steam)
- Cinder Knights (Steam)
- Cartel magnate (Epic Games Store)
Of course, it is still necessary to buy the games on these platforms and pay the Ultimate subscription (20 euros per month or 100 euros for six months) to enjoy this quality. It is still possible to test GeForce Now with the free offer (but limited to 1 hour per session), or to subscribe to the Priority plan (10 euros per month or 50 euros for six months).