GeForce NOW Thursday has brought a new server location for the RTX 4080 SuperPODs alongside a slew of games that will be added to the service. In addition to these announcements, the service will also be prepared for the next Apex Legends season alongside a reminder that the Priority promotion that’s been announced a few weeks ago is close to expiring.
Before we dive deep into the news, let’s check the games added this week. Here’s the list of games that will be added to GeForce NOW:
- Voidtrain (New release on Steam, May 9)
- Occupy Mars: The Game (New release on Steam, May 10)
- Far Cry 6 (New Release Steam, May 11)
- TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 3 (New release on Steam, May 11)
This week’s GeForce NOW update has brought a Priority Check… Quite literally. Through Sunday May 21, the Priority membership of GeForce NOW will cost $29.99. Priority memberships provide higher access to GFN’s gaming servers, allowing for less waiting time and longer sessions. NVIDIA revealed that players who claimed this offer in its first week had played over 1,000 games in the library for 30,000+ streamed hours.
Additionally, Priority members have also played the games across multiple devices as it’s been widely known for quite some time. Since the service has more than 1,600 games available in its library, it’s easy to find something to play. Especially with games such as Genshin Impact and Fortnite, which also bring mobile-compatible controls alongside high-quality graphics brought by powerful PCs.
For those who want even better graphics and more flexible options, NVIDIA also offers its Ultimate membership, which provides access to RTX 4080 rigs. As a matter of fact, this membership is now available for gamers in Atlanta as this region has joined several others with the RTX 4080 SuperPODs.