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Non-payers get ads!

In a newsletter, Nvidia announced that free-to-play fans will also receive an unwanted bonus.

According to the company's statement, players who do not pay for Nvidia's service will receive a maximum of two minutes of “video sponsorship messages”, that is, advertisements, before each round. Since this means a maximum of one hour, they are entitled to two minutes of ads per hour, and this will begin to change within days, as Nvidia will offer ads starting March 5th in hopes of reducing wait times. (Do impatient audiences log out after seeing ads?)

The main reason behind introducing ads is so that Nvidia can continue to support the free service, meaning the company can also generate money from non-paying audiences, but since they have more players, they also want to keep the balance of the service positive after the past nine months, she added. Nvidia releases many AAA games thanks to an agreement with Microsoft. So Halo Infinite, Gears 5, Gears Tactics, Deathloop, Dishonored series, Grounded, Pentiment, the entire Age of Empires franchise, Starfield, Forza Motorsport (8), Forza Horizon 4 and 5, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Minecraft Dungeons, and State can also be played Decay 2 from the cloud, as well as Activision Blizzard titles (Call of Duty, Diablo IV, Overwatch 2).

GeForce Now Priority and Ultimate subscribers don't have to worry about ads. Priority costs 11 euros per month (~4,400 forints) or 55 (~22,000 forints) for half a year. We get up to 1080p/60fps with ray tracing (ray tracing = RTX), and can game for up to six hours straight. The final cost is $22 per month (about 8,800 forints) or $110 (about 44,000 forints) for two years. It offers exclusive access to servers that use the RTX 4080, and we get up to 4K/120 FPS RTX, which can be used for up to eight hours at a time. Nvidia increased European prices in October.

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It was expected that the company would resort to this. I wonder when we will see something similar from Microsoft?

source: WCCFTech

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