a nvidia it’s at apia Announced that the cloud gaming service GeForce now It officially arrives in Brazil on Thursday, October 14, with the option of a free plan (with a waiting list) and via a monthly or semi-annual subscription.
- Free plan: with more limited graphics and queue (GTX)
- Monthly plan: RTX 44.50/month with no queuing and RTX graphics
- Semester Plan: R$40.50/month ($243 per semester) without waiting lines and RTX graphics
In the US, by comparison, the monthly plan is $9.99 and the annual (non-semi-annual) plan is $99.
The free plan offers 1-hour gaming sessions and queue access to GeForce Now servers, as well as graphics options based on legacy GTX cards, without technologies like ray tracing and DLSS — available to those willing to pay.
Compatible with more than 1000 games, GeForce Now allows users to play their PC games on steamAnd Epic Games Store NS Ubisoft Connect On any cloud-compatible PC, tablet or smartphone, with advanced PC quality and performance.
Among the available titles are games such as Cyberpunk 2077 movieAnd It is an electronic gameAnd Apex LegendsAnd The Witcher 3: Game of the Year EditionAnd Rocket LeagueAnd Assassin’s Creed ValhallaAnd WalheimAnd Outriders – Among many, many other titles.
In Brazil, the game arrives via Abya, a cloud gaming-focused company that has an agreement with Nvidia to bring the platform to Latin America. The service was announced in April, was Limited beta testing in September.
For more information, check out GeForce Now official website in Brazil.
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