Nvidia has announced an increase in the price of GeForce Now in Canada and Europe from November 1

Nvidia has announced an increase in the price of GeForce Now in Canada and Europe from November 1

Nvidia has warned of an increase in the price of a subscription to the game streaming service GeForce Now in Canada and Europe from November 1, 2023. The American company explained the increase in prices by “increasing operating costs in these regions.” Tariffs in the US will remain at the previous level.

In Canada, the table published by Nvidia indicates that the basic subscription for one month will increase from 9.99 Canadian dollars to 13.99 Canadian dollars, and for six months – from 49.99 Canadian dollars to 69.99 Canadian dollars. One month of the Ultimate plan, which gives access to a PC with a GeForce RTX 4080 at 4K resolution, will increase from C$19.99 to C$25.99, and six months will increase from C$99.99 to C$139.99.

The price of the basic plan for one month in Europe will increase from €9.99 to €10.99, and for six months from €19.99 to €21.99. The increase will affect payments in Canadian dollars, pounds sterling, euros, Swedish kroner, Norwegian kroner, Danish kroner, Czech kroner and zlotys.

Nvidia says that current subscribers and new members of GeForce Now will be able to take advantage of current prices for the service for up to six months if they subscribe before November 1. The cost of GeForce Now gift cards will also increase from the beginning of next month.

In February, Nvidia and Microsoft entered into a 10-year agreement, which provides for the gradual addition of the corporation’s games to GeForce Now. In the middle of last month, the role-playing game Starfield appeared in Nvidia’s cloud service, and a month ago Forza Motorsport became available to users of the platform.

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