You may have to pay a bit more for NVIDIA’s cloud gaming service starting on November 1. The company has raised the subscription prices for GeForce Now in Canada and Europe “to account for increased operational costs in those areas.” To be exact, if you’re paying in CAD, GBP, EUR, SEK, NOK, DKK, CZK or PLN, expect to get hit by price adjustments next month. In Canada, for instance, the $10 Priority tier will cost $14 per month. Meanwhile, the Ultimate tier, which grants you access to servers with RTX 4080 GPUs, 240 fps gameplay and full support for hardware-based ray tracing, will cost $6 more at $26 per month.
If you’re in the UK, you’ll have to pay £2 more for the UItimate tier. It’s also an additional €2 if you’re paying in Euros. As you can see, the amount you’ll have to add depends on your region, but there is a way to lock in the service’s current pricing for the next half year: Simply pay for a 6-month membership before November 1. Take note that a 6-month Ultimate membership will cost $40 more in Canada and £20 more in the UK when the new prices take effect next month.
You can also purchase membership gift cards within the next couple of weeks at their current prices. NVIDIA says it will adjust gift card pricing after November 1, as well, but it will honor cards purchased before that even if they’re redeemed at a later date. If you got into the service early and are a “Founder” member, though, don’t worry — the price hikes don’t apply to you, and you can continue paying your current rates.