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GeForce Now CES 2024 News Recap

Today marks the kickoff for the Consumer Electronics Show 2024, also known as CES 2024. CES is one of the biggest tech events in the world and Nvidia had their own showcase earlier today. Part of the showcase was GeForce Now. GeForce Now starred with a lot of news on what’s to come in 2024 ranging from better hardware to more games. We’ve made a GeForce Now CES 2024 News Recap for you, so you can catch up on everything that got announced!

New AAA games announced

One of the best announcements was more AAA games coming to GeForce Now soon. We’ve already had some Activision Blizzard games joining the service, with the Call of Duty franchise. But later this year, it’ll expand with Diablo IV, which we’ve reviewed right here, and Overwatch 2. Following that, the Battle.net launcher will also get supported through GeForce Now.

A lot of other big games are coming to GeForce Now later this year, including free to play MMORPG Honkai: Star Rail, third person shooter ExoPrimal (later this month) and the promising survival MMO Pax Dei. And many more are set to come.

Day Passes

A new feature is also coming to GeForce Now in February. Called Day Passes, they will give gamers a fast pass to try out premium membership benefits before committing to one- or six-month memberships. The passes provide access to all the same features as Priority and Ultimate members for 24 hours.

Day Pass users can experience RTX ON for supported games with Priority and Ultimate Day Passes. And Ultimate Day Pass users gain exclusive access to innovative technologies like NVIDIA DLSS 3.5, full ray tracing and NVIDIA Reflex.

These new membership options let gamers freely choose when to tap into the cloud.

The Ultimate Day Pass will be available for $7.99 and the Priority Day Pass for $3.99

Cloud G-Sync

Coming soon, cloud G-SYNC technology will raise the bar even further, minimizing stutter and latency, with support for variable refresh rate monitors and fully optimized for G-SYNC-compatible monitors. With Cloud G-SYNC enabled, GeForce NOW will vary the display’s refresh rates to match the streaming rate, for the smoothest gameplay experience available from the cloud.

Ultimate members can also soon take advantage of expanded NVIDIA Reflex support in supported titles.  Building off of 240fps 1080p streaming from last year, Ultimate members will soon be able to utilize Reflex in supported titles at up to 4K resolution and 60 or 120 fps streaming modes, for low-latency gaming on nearly any device.  NVIDIA Reflex support is available in the top PC games on GeForce NOW.

Welcome aboard Japan

2024 also marks the introduction of GeForce Now in Japan.  Operating alongside GeForce NOW Alliance partner KDDI, it’s an interesting market for cloud gaming as mobile gaming is already pretty common over there. Soon the biggest games will be able to get streamed and smartphones in Japan

That was it for our GeForce Now CES 2024 News Recap. We hope you enjoyed it! You can follow our X account to stay up to date with the latest changes.