GeForce NOW’s Ultimate plan just got better. NVIDIA has confirmed that it has begun rolling out its GeForce TX 4080 SuperPODs for the highest membership tier of its cloud gaming service, enabling subscribers of that plan to play PC games at even higher quality, including up to 4K 120 FPS on the native PC and Mac apps. Ultimate members streaming on GeForce RTX 3080 servers will also find ultrawide resolutions and HDR on the GeForce NOW PC and macOS apps beginning today.
From an NVIDIA blog post:
Ultimate members will start to see RTX 4080 performance in their region soon, and experience titles like Warhammer 40,000: Darktide, Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and more at ultimate quality. New features are also available now for Ultimate members streaming from RTX 3080 servers, and members will be able to check GFN Thursday each week for availability updates in their regions.
Ultimate members receive three major streaming upgrades. The new RTX 4080 SuperPODs are capable of rendering and streaming at up to 240 frames per second. When paired with NVIDIA Reflex, it makes every moment of the action feel as if it’s on a desktop PC. And 4K gaming goes beyond fast with an upgrade to 120 fps, with support for DLSS 3 and RTX ON. Plus, for the first time, ultrawide resolutions are supported, giving members a wider point of view, at up to 3,840 x 1,600 resolution and 120 fps.
NVIDIA is offering Ultimate GeForce NOW subscriptions for $19.99/month and six-month Ultimate memberships for $99.99. GeForce NOW is also available in Free and Priority tiers, the latter of which includes shorter session lengths and up to 1080p/60 FPS game streaming. That tier costs $9.99/month or $49.99 for six months.