Australia will receive official GeForce Now support starting next week Test phaseThe service will be launched on Tuesday, October 19th. There are two services: “Basic” is free and provides a “limited version” of GeForce Now, and “Priority” will cost you 20 Australian dollars a month and provide ray tracing And extended playback session and queue priority. This price is available for a limited time and can be reduced to 18 Australian dollars per month after a 12-month subscription.
The service is supported by Australian Internet service provider Pentanet, but it operates in the same way as GeForce Now elsewhere. It is not a streaming service like Xbox Cloud. You need to already own a game—on Steam, Epic Games Store or GOG, to name a few—but in theory, with priority subscriptions, if you’re running, you should be able to stream more on these games. Older systems with good performance.
How the “basic” package will be restricted is unclear. Likewise, priority pricing is limited, but there is no news about future costs. However, if you buy now and don’t let your subscription expire, you can always pay AUD 20 / AUD 18 per month.The offer will be available today at 5pm EST / 7:00pm Australia EST Cloud.gg.
In the live broadcast hosted by Pentanet tonight, all of this and more may be presented, you can Watch on YouTube. It starts at 5 pm US Eastern Standard Time / 7 pm Australian Eastern Standard Time.
In terms of internet speed and general infrastructure quality, Australia is generally considered a backwater, but streaming services are coming: Xbox Cloud Gaming Launch beta Two weeks ago, although neither Google Stadia nor PlayStation Now appeared.