Nvidia is giving new GeForce Now subscribers a free copy of Crysis Remastered for PC.

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That’s a nice $30 bonus, especially if you were thinking about acquiring a GeForce Now subscription anyhow.

If you’re thinking about signing up for GeForce Now for the first time or renewing your existing subscription, you can acquire Crysis Remastered for free. Those who pre-ordered and are already subscribed to GeForce Now RTX 3080 will receive a free copy of the game.

If you don’t have a powerful system to run the latest AAA games, Nvidia’s GeForce Now (GFN) is an excellent alternative. Considering the lack of GPU stock and their prices, buying a PC is more expensive and stressful than it used to be. However, to play games using GFN, you’ll just have to subscribe to one tier, select a game, and run it.

To make GFN even more appealing, Nvidia is now increasing the value of its cloud game streaming service by offering a free copy of Crysis Remastered (PC) to new six-month priority members and RTX 3080 tier subscribers, including those who’ve pre-ordered it. Founders and priority members are also eligible to receive Crysis Remastered for free and a 10 percent discount on a six-month RTX 3080 membership.

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Subscribing to the new RTX 3080 tier membership does not negate Founder member advantages. After the RTX 3080 tier subscription expires, Founders can always return to the Founders plan to keep the “Founders for Life” discount, but only if “they remain in consistent good standing on any paid membership plan.”

Nvidia also added new games to its cloud streaming service, including Combat Mission Cold War, The Last Stand: Aftermath, Myth of Empires, Icarus, Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Gold Edition, Core, Lost Words: Beyond the Page, and World of Tanks, in addition to giving away free copies of Crysis Remastered. Moreover, it announced that it’s working with LG to bring the GFN app to select 2021 LG OLED, QNED MiniLED and NanoCell TVs.


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