January 31, 2023

NVIDIA is rolling out its highly anticipated RTX 4080 SuperPOD servers today for GeForce NOW. You’ll need the Ultimate membership to take advantage of these, of course. NVIDIA officially announced the Ultimate membership earlier this month, and shortly after that it began upgrading subscribers already on the RTX 3080 membership to the new Ultimate membership. But none of the features were actually active yet.

All of that goes live today. Opening up access to game streaming with NVIDIA Reflex featuring DLSS 3 (in supported games), ultrawide monitor support, up to 240fps, and of course all the performance an RTX 4080 GPU can muster.

It’s a big step up for GeForce NOW subscribers. There are some things to keep in mind though. While the RTX 4080 SuperPOD rollout begins today, users are still subject to availability. What’s more, you may not actually be able to take advantage of all the features. It will depend on your setup. Some things, like the 240fps, also only work with FHD resolution or lower. If you’re bumping things up to QHD or UHD, the max frame rate will be 120fps.

That being said, users can play around with the settings to check the best configuration for their setup.

Alongside the RTX 4080 SuperPOD rollout, GeForce NOW gets 11 new games

GeForce NOW Farlanders

The rollout of new powerful hardware is definitely an exciting moment for subscribers. But it’s not the only thing coming to GeForce NOW today. As is customary every Thursday, NVIDIA is adding new games to the service that you can play in the cloud.

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This includes 11 new games for today’s rollout. Nearly half of them are new releases either on Steam or Epic Games too. All new titles joining GeForce NOW today include Farlanders, Surviving the Abyss, Occupy Mars: The Game, Tortuga – A Pirate’s Tale, Epistory – Typing Chronicles, Absolute Drift, BLACKTAIL, Dwarf Fortress, Hello Neighbor 2, NEBULOUS: Fleet Command, and Shadow Tactics – Aiko’s Choice.