AT&T has launched a new offer for Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service. Mobile and home internet customers on selected plans can get six months free on the new GeForce Now top-tier Ultimate plan with over 1,500 games available.
AT&T first introduced a GeForce Now deal to 5G customers last year. Under the new offer from 19 January, it’s extended to new fibre internet customers at AT&T as well as 5G subscribers. The US operator is an exclusive 5G Technical Innovation Collaborator for GeForce Now. The offer is expected to show off the capabilities of AT&T’s 5G network for the growing number of mobile gamers.
The new Ultimate subscription provides access to servers running Nvidia’s latest GeForce RTX 4080 graphics card. This delivers 4K up to 120fps on mobile devices and up to 240fps with the new Reflex mode. Nvidia said this means Ultimate subscribers will be the first to experience true PC-like gaming over streaming.
Current GeForce Now RTX 3080 members also will be upgraded to Ultimate memberships and be among the first to experience the full benefits when the new servers start rolling out later this month. New subscribers will pay USD 19.99 per month or USD 99.99 for six months of the Ultimate plan.
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