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GeForce Now £3.84 vis USA VPN @ NVIDIA Shop + 90days free
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GeForce Now £3.84 vis USA VPN @ NVIDIA Shop + 90days free

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Posted 4th FebEdited by:"crazygoldfish"

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UK price is £5 per month but USA is $5.


USA vpn takes it down to £3.84 per month, PayPal also works.

Reported on another thread that a VPN is no longer required just pick USA as your region

Connect to your favourite stores and stream your library of games. You make your purchase on your personal store account, your games will always stay with you.

1080p @ 60fps stream & play on you PC, Mac, Android or Shield device
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I thought this was free ? I'm reasonably sure it is on my Nvidia shield ?!
Kingydaman04/02/2020 23:51

I thought this was free ? I'm reasonably sure it is on my Nvidia shield ?!


That was in beta. Now it’s £4.99 a month (for now) if you want to be able to play for longer than an hour and have RTX capability available to you. Otherwise, it’s still free. nvidia.com/en-…ow/
I don’t own a shield anymore so can not confirm if it’s still free on the shield.

i know it was free during beta and is still free for 1 hr play time, founders gets you 6 hours and priority access
It says $5 plus tax so what will that work out as?
migavupe05/02/2020 01:15

It says $5 plus tax so what will that work out as?


Alaska is tax free.
pow2605/02/2020 01:16

Alaska is tax free.


There was no option to select a state.
I’ve got a free 90 day trial. Is it worth having a look?
pow2605/02/2020 01:21

I’ve got a free 90 day trial. Is it worth having a look?


Try the free version out to give it a try before signing up.
Ah thats annoying
I recently just started using it again on my Mac but if I have to pay then forget it.
What is this?
Not sure this is wise, added lag anyone ? (plus its only £4.99)
(I think I'd save more than that on the electric bill, to be honest!)
And there is a free tier.
Edited by: "Affray" 5th Feb
Affray05/02/2020 06:18

Not sure this is wise, added lag anyone ? (plus its only £4.99)(I think …Not sure this is wise, added lag anyone ? (plus its only £4.99)(I think I'd save more than that on the electric bill, to be honest!)And there is a free tier.


There’s no lag by selecting USA, when you use GeForce it connects you to closest server
crazygoldfish05/02/2020 07:08

There’s no lag by selecting USA, when you use GeForce it connects you to c …There’s no lag by selecting USA, when you use GeForce it connects you to closest server


They probably mean lag due to a VPN connection rather than connecting to a server in USA. Do you need to play via the VPN or is it just for sign up?
crazygoldfish05/02/2020 07:08

There’s no lag by selecting USA, when you use GeForce it connects you to c …There’s no lag by selecting USA, when you use GeForce it connects you to closest server


the VPN ?
Affray05/02/2020 06:18

Not sure this is wise, added lag anyone ? (plus its only £4.99)(I think …Not sure this is wise, added lag anyone ? (plus its only £4.99)(I think I'd save more than that on the electric bill, to be honest!)And there is a free tier.


£4.99 a month is a steal if you already have a large Steam library and don't fancy buying a new graphics card. I've signed up for this even though my PC is more than powerful enough right now.
AbandonedTrolley05/02/2020 07:14

£4.99 a month is a steal if you already have a large Steam library and …£4.99 a month is a steal if you already have a large Steam library and don't fancy buying a new graphics card. I've signed up for this even though my PC is more than powerful enough right now.


I do a fair bit of international travel, not always practical to carry my work and personal gaming laptop so this is ideal for plugging those gaps when I’m bored.
Affray05/02/2020 07:14

the VPN ?


Tonnes of options out there, just use a nord or express vpn trial
crumpetman05/02/2020 07:14

They probably mean lag due to a VPN connection rather than connecting to a …They probably mean lag due to a VPN connection rather than connecting to a server in USA. Do you need to play via the VPN or is it just for sign up?


Just for sign up. I signed up with my phone via VPN and then tested it a few hours later on my entry level surface pro.
Played destiny 2 - looked and played great.
crazygoldfish05/02/2020 07:22

Just for sign up. I signed up with my phone via VPN and then tested it a …Just for sign up. I signed up with my phone via VPN and then tested it a few hours later on my entry level surface pro.Played destiny 2 - looked and played great.


I keep meaning to 'purchase' the free Destiny 2 on Steam, sadly the one game I would love is Elder Scrolls Online, but I've already purchased with Bethesda and don't fancy laying out another £50 on that for the Steam version.
Cm_Down05/02/2020 03:51

What is this?


It’s a virtual gaming PC service. You still need to buy the game but don’t need to shell out £1000s for a top of the range gaming pc. You need to buy the game via steam, UPlay etc and the game is yours to use on GeForce now or your regular pc.

Try the hours free service to check if it’s for you.
AbandonedTrolley05/02/2020 07:23

I keep meaning to 'purchase' the free Destiny 2 on Steam, sadly the one …I keep meaning to 'purchase' the free Destiny 2 on Steam, sadly the one game I would love is Elder Scrolls Online, but I've already purchased with Bethesda and don't fancy laying out another £50 on that for the Steam version.


Steam destiny 2 has been on sale many times, the base game and first 2 campaigns are also free I believe. The cades dead and latest DLC are around 11 to 15 quid a pop of you shop around.
crazygoldfish05/02/2020 07:20

Tonnes of options out there, just use a nord or express vpn trial


no i meant doesn't it add lag.
Unless you connect with your un-vpn one, which kind of gives the game away no ?
crazygoldfish05/02/2020 07:23

It’s a virtual gaming PC service. You still need to buy the game but d …It’s a virtual gaming PC service. You still need to buy the game but don’t need to shell out £1000s for a top of the range gaming pc. You need to buy the game via steam, UPlay etc and the game is yours to use on GeForce now or your regular pc.Try the hours free service to check if it’s for you.


Oh right I thought it'd be like ps now or something I've already got a pc so I guess it's not for me
This is pretty awesome. I've been on the Beta for a looong time (one of the lucky ones with an early response) and it's great.
Just make sure you have a wired or 5Ghz wireless connection. (wired is as always the optimal choice if you choose the max visual settings)
My ancient Phenom II PC and my AMD A10 based laptop both work great with it.
I see a lot of people in the GFN forums complaining about queues and not being able to get on but I can safely say I've never had a single queue connecting on the GFN Europe West servers
(so presume its the US ones)
Uses between 4Gb and 12Gb an hour depending on the options you choose within the GFN launcher.
Only downside is not all games are in there yet (things like Escape from Tarkov but that's a whole other story) but they are expanding rapidly and the virtual "installation" of the games is almost instant.
Oh, almost forgot, heat added. Obviously.
Affray05/02/2020 07:33

no i meant doesn't it add lag.Unless you connect with your un-vpn one, …no i meant doesn't it add lag.Unless you connect with your un-vpn one, which kind of gives the game away no ?


You don’t need a vpn to connect, only for sign up for shaving some cost off.
Cm_Down05/02/2020 07:36

Oh right I thought it'd be like ps now or something I've already got a pc …Oh right I thought it'd be like ps now or something I've already got a pc so I guess it's not for me


I’ve got pc too, but I will use when travelling for work
Really like this had beta for a while with having a shield, get a little lag here and there but great for playing games without need to keep updating pc
£5 seems reasonable.
Thoughts after trying it out;

Logging into accounts is very clunky. They should at the very least allow the ability to paste your password, so anybody using a password manager with long passwords enjoy entering them manually.

The interface is weird when you try to start the game, for example on steam there’s no special steam interface, it’s just regular steam... but on a server. So I can see people getting confused when nvidia asks you to “download the game” and then shows the regular steam install process.

Quitting games is super hit and miss right now. Guild Wars 2 exited smoothly, Prey and Batman Arkham Knight did not.

They’re really featuring a lot of multiplayer games but playing them is pretty mediocre even on a great Ethernet connection.

Overall, still feels very much in beta. Definitely worth it, but there's still a handful of improvements and changes left before I feel comfortable really telling people to rely on it.
Anyone know what I need to whitelist in the company firewall to get this working? Blocked at the moment and got a couple of people wanting to use it
Daft question probably.....
Would it work with Xbox Game Pass? Have ultimate but a rubbish laptop so hardly of any use.
Info_Box05/02/2020 09:50

Thoughts after trying it out;Logging into accounts is very clunky. They …Thoughts after trying it out;Logging into accounts is very clunky. They should at the very least allow the ability to paste your password, so anybody using a password manager with long passwords enjoy entering them manually.The interface is weird when you try to start the game, for example on steam there’s no special steam interface, it’s just regular steam... but on a server. So I can see people getting confused when nvidia asks you to “download the game” and then shows the regular steam install process.Quitting games is super hit and miss right now. Guild Wars 2 exited smoothly, Prey and Batman Arkham Knight did not.They’re really featuring a lot of multiplayer games but playing them is pretty mediocre even on a great Ethernet connection.Overall, still feels very much in beta. Definitely worth it, but there's still a handful of improvements and changes left before I feel comfortable really telling people to rely on it.


All fair points, If using a tablet or Nvida shield TV device, I recommend the use of a Bluetooth keyboard/mouse, other wise it can be a pain to use... But with the data connection, the games run smoothly.. Would be nice if epic game store and blizzard store where included.
are there anymore free titles when going premuim or are the playable titles included just time restricted?
Info_Box05/02/2020 09:50

Thoughts after trying it out;Logging into accounts is very clunky. They …Thoughts after trying it out;Logging into accounts is very clunky. They should at the very least allow the ability to paste your password, so anybody using a password manager with long passwords enjoy entering them manually.The interface is weird when you try to start the game, for example on steam there’s no special steam interface, it’s just regular steam... but on a server. So I can see people getting confused when nvidia asks you to “download the game” and then shows the regular steam install process.Quitting games is super hit and miss right now. Guild Wars 2 exited smoothly, Prey and Batman Arkham Knight did not.They’re really featuring a lot of multiplayer games but playing them is pretty mediocre even on a great Ethernet connection.Overall, still feels very much in beta. Definitely worth it, but there's still a handful of improvements and changes left before I feel comfortable really telling people to rely on it.


I've tried most of the cloud gaming services and all of them have their flaws. For less than a fiver a month for the premium service and free if you are happy with an hour its a pretty good service. Assuming it will get better with time, so a good opportunity to get it cheaper for now.
Robbo8305/02/2020 10:08

Daft question probably.....Would it work with Xbox Game Pass? Have …Daft question probably.....Would it work with Xbox Game Pass? Have ultimate but a rubbish laptop so hardly of any use.


ill play about with it tonight, I also have game pass ultimate. I would also check out the geforce forums to see if there is a method for using Microsoft store games via game pass
I’m still not sure I get this. Am I essentially renting a PC? Do I have to log in and leave my details in a remote machine? If I install a game on that machine, does it get deleted after my session? If not, how much storage do I get?
Dr-Rjinswand05/02/2020 11:04

I’m still not sure I get this. Am I essentially renting a PC? Do I have to …I’m still not sure I get this. Am I essentially renting a PC? Do I have to log in and leave my details in a remote machine? If I install a game on that machine, does it get deleted after my session? If not, how much storage do I get?


Essentially you are renting a top of the range gaming pc without the cost.

You own the games as they are tied to your Steam or Epic account.

The games are almost instantly installed on the virtual gaming pc, took me 2 seconds to Natallie destiny 2.

Its not unlimited space and it’s believe the virtual pc will reset after a period of inactivity.

Worth a google if you want to learn more.
If they can add the whole steam library then this would be awesome but I dont think the library is that great to be fair at the moment.
leon63205/02/2020 12:20

If they can add the whole steam library then this would be awesome but I …If they can add the whole steam library then this would be awesome but I dont think the library is that great to be fair at the moment.


I believe most games are supported.
Bear in mind that if the game you want to play is not supported, like a game in your Steam collection, then you can install it onto their servers in order to stream play, but it won't save your progress. At least, that was the case.
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