Nvidia has announced new incentives for RTX 3080-tier subscribers from its GeForce Now cloud gaming service. This includes the option to stream games in 4K on native apps for PC and Mac.
As announced in its latest blog post, Nvidia has confirmed that RTX 3080 subscribers can now stream games in 4K and 60fps when playing games on native GeForce Now apps on both PC and Mac. Previously, those subscribers with a membership tier could only stream games to PC and Mac customers at 1440p, while 4K resolution was exclusive to those who owned an Nvidia Shield TV.
Nvidia also announced that six new Android smartphones now support high refresh rate cloud gaming, at 1080p and 120Hz; This includes the Samsung Galaxy S22 series, such as the S22 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3, as well as the OnePlus 9 Pro. smart phones that already supports this feature The series includes Samsung Galaxy S21 and Google Pixel 6 Pro.
The announcement comes less than a year after Nvidia announced its RTX 3080-tier membership, which allowed those struggling to buy a card in Nvidia’s RTX 30 series — allowing subscribers to play games with a PC’s RTX 3080 gaming hardware without actually buying a GPU.
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