Yes 5G has officially kicked off the beta of NVIDIA GeForce NOW cloud gaming services, which was first announced back in December 2022, it is the first telco to harness its 5G network to deliver cloud gaming to consumers, and as you’d expect, the beta access is currently only open to Yes customers.
With GeForce NOW, customers will have access to over 1500 game titles hosted on NVIDIA’s cloud gaming servers, these include games such as Cyberpunk 2077, Metro Exodus, Shadow of the Tomb Raider and more, while you can stream these games over Yes’ 5G network on almost any devices, be it your PC or Mac, a web browser, smartphone or a Smart TV from Samsung, Sony LG and all Android TV based Smart TVs.
Yes 5G hasn’t revealed the subscription plans for the service as of now, customers can sign up to the one-month beta for free until 4th April 2023, it includes RTX graphics for supported games and up to 6 hours per session, a then announced subscription fee will be automatically charged to your preferred payment method stored with your Yes account after the trial period ends.
With the launch of GeForce NOW in Malaysia, it really is an exciting time for customers to jump on the 5G bandwagon to be able to stream games anywhere with almost any devices, what Yes 5G did here is commendable as compared to the competition that’s mostly still actively getting people onboard 5G trials at this point of time.
To sign up for GeForce NOW, all you need to do is to head on to https://cloudgaming.my and sign up for the service using your Yes 5G number, then choose the platform of your choice to start streaming these games.
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