GeForce Now will start offering day passes

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GeForce Now will start offering day passes that grant you access to the service’s gaming tiers for 24 hours at a much lower price than paying month to month. NVIDIA unveiled that it would start offering GeForce Now day passes for gamers, and after a short wait, they're now available starting at $3.99 per day. Here's what you need to know.

As promised, GeForce Now day passes start at $3.99 per day, where you'll skip the line and play on premium servers and rigs. The Priority Day pass limits gaming sessions to 6 hours, 1080p HD resolution, and up to 60FPS with no ads.

If you want to kick things up a notch, try the Ultimate Day Pass for $7.99. Once you pay, you'll be rocking an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 cloud computer rig capable of a 4K resolution and 120 FPS. The more expensive Ultimate pass includes exclusive priority access to RTX 4080 servers and longer 8-hour gaming sessions.

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