Nvidia on Thursday announced a new subscription level for its GeForce Now cloud gaming service called Priority, which will replace the existing paid level and include the same benefits as extended runtime and RTX support.
The change will come with a price increase, from the old subscription of $ 4,99 per month to $ 9,99 per month for new subscribers. Nvidia will also start offering Priority subscription for $ 99,99 per year.
However, those who had active subscriptions starting March 17, they will be eligible for the $60 per year price. The company still plans to offer a free tier of GeForce Now, but that tier will limit you to one hour.
Nvidia says the price increase is intended to represent the evolution of the platform since it launched as a beta in 2015 and entered what Nvidia referred to as a public trial phase a year ago.
"As GeForce Now enters its second year and quickly gained 10 million members, the service is ready to launch," the company said in a statement.