GeForce NOW game streaming gets a big update today on Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome… for those with an RTX 3080 subscription.
The upgrade supports QHD 1440p resolution at 120 fps. This means much higher rendering fidelity with vastly improved pixel density than you can get at 1080p, and a smoother overall viewing experience.
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As noted, the upgrade will be limited to Edge and Chrome browsers for now. Mozilla’s Firefox browser, which recently gained 120Hz support in version 103, could potentially follow suit.
To play, open Chrome or Edge and go to play.geforcenow.com, no app needed. In Settingsto find Broadcast qualityselect Custom. Here you will find the new QHD option. Note that this will use around 19 GB per hour.
You can read more on the official NVIDIA blog. This upgrade is only available to users with an RTX 3080 GPU and an RTX 3080 subscription.