Nvidia announced that GeForce Now would get a price hike but the bright side is that this doesn't apply to all the packages.
GeForce Now is approaching 10 million members apparently and Nvidia posted an update on what they have in store for the future of the service, such as adding new membership offerings.
One of them is the Priority membership, which will have the same benefits as the Founders members, meaning they get priority access to gaming sessions, extended session lengths and raytracing as well as DLSS for the games that support these technologies.
This particular membership will cost $9.99 a month, which is double what the service cost up until the announcement. The annual subscription for this membership is $99.99, basically meaning you get two months off.
That said, the Founders members who have been with the service so far have the gratitude of Nvidia for supporting GeForce Now and giving it the chance to shine so the subscription will stay $4.99 for them, as long as the account remains in good standing.
Nvidia also announced some of their plans for the future , such as wanting to keep up with the latest and biggest releases, not unlike what they did with Cyberpunk 2077.