If you sign up to Nvidia GeForce Now Founders Edition for $4.99 a month, you get RTX ray tracing enabled, priority support, extended session length and free 90-day introductory period.
Cloud gaming services could be a pretty big thing in 2020 with several tech giants set to release their own "consoles" pretty soon. One of them is Nvidia, who previously revealed their own streaming service called GeForce Now, which could be finally coming in 2020.
Today, we have first details about Nvidia GeForce Now and by the looks of it, the GPU giant have decided to go with aggressive pricing, to undercut Google Stadia and the rest of the competition. The report comes from VideoCardz website, who are pretty reliable and spot on most of the time with their exclusive info.
They claim that GeForce Now will have two versions - Standard and Founders. Standard is the free version and it will allow players to enjoy games up to 1 hour along with "standard access" to games.
Founders, on the other hand, costs $4.99 a month but it comes with several additional features that players will certainly like. Founders edition owners get priority access, extended session length, RTX ray-tracing support, free 90-day introductory period and limited-time offers.
By the looks of it, Nvidia do not plan on selling access to games with GeForce Now which is similar to Microsoft's policy with xCloud. If the rumours are indeed true, then Google's service Stadia could be in big trouble, which certainly will not help the company since the service is already struggling to attract players.
Anyway, we suggest you take this with a grain of salt, just like any other rumour or leak, at least until we get an official confirmation.