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GeForce Now Ultimate comes to Macs, two new games join library

While last week was a pretty big one for GeForce Now with five brand-new releases joining the library, this week is a bit quieter. Today's GeForce Now update will bring two titles – Disney Dreamlight Valley and The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure. 

Disney Dreamlight Valley has been available for a while already and has proven to be quite popular. If you have the game on PC through Steam or the Epic Games Store, you can now stream it to almost any device. The Legend of Heroes: Trails to Azure is a new release on Steam, it is the sequel to Trails from Zero, which is part of a much larger series of strategy JRPGs.

The GeForce Now Ultimate tier membership is also now available to Mac users, so you can access Nvidia's faster RTX 4080-powered servers and stream games at up to 240FPS when using a 240Hz display. 120FPS gameplay and 4K resolution options are also available.

The GeForce Now Ultimate membership does cost £17.99 per month, or £89.99 for a six-month membership. Some of the servers are still running RTX 3080 GPUs, but RTX 4080 servers are available in areas across the EU and US already and the rest should be upgraded eventually.

KitGuru Says: Have any of you tried the GeForce Now Ultimate tier? 

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