The presence of cloud gaming may no longer be a foreign thing for today's technology. NVIDIA itself is one of the cloud gaming service providers by presenting GeForce Now with a fairly competitive subscription price.
Now, those who subscribe to the highest tier of GeForce Now will get a new advantage, namely the ability to stream games up to 1440p quality at 120 FPS via Google Chrome.
For now, the new feature can only be accessed exclusively for those who use the RTX 3080 tier which is priced at USD 20 per month. Meanwhile, the USD 10 per month tier is still limited to 1080p quality at 60 FPS.
Previously, this highest tier had supported 1440p quality gaming with Ray-Tracing up to 120 FPS for Mac and PC, as well as 4K HDR resolution at 60 FPS on NVIDIA Shield. The ability to run up to 120 FPS is also present for Android mobile.