New Day Pass from Nvidia GeForce Now lets you speed-run Cyberpunk 2077 in 24 hours for just $4

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Nvidia GeForce Now cloud gaming platform (Image credit: Nvidia)

Nvidia announced a slew of updates to GeForce Now for CES 2024. Cloud G-SYNC technology is improved to minimize latency and support varaible refresh rate monitors, Nvidia Reflex support is expanded to support more titles, and mobile gamers can now stream in 1440p resolution on Android phones. 

While all the above updates are exciting, the most noteworthy addition to GeForce Now are the Day Passes. With an Ultimate or Priority Day Pass, you'll gain access to the entire GeForce Now library for 24 hours for only $7.99 or $3.99, respectively—so if you want to speed-run Cyberpunk 2077 in a day, you absolutely can. 

Or, if Cyberpunk 2077 isn't your thing, there are over 1,800 other titles to choose from. Soon, Diablo IV and Overwatch 2 will also be joining the platform as streamable titles. 

Snag a $4 Priority Day Pass to speed-run any game on GeForce Now

Starting in early February, Nvidia is launching a Day Pass option so people can try out the GeForce Now service without needing to commit to a one- or six-month membership first. With a Day Pass, you'll have 24 hours of access to GeForce Now, starting as soon as you finalize your purchase. 

There are two different Day Passes to choose from: the Priority Day Pass and the Ultimate Day Pass. Each pass grants you the same features as its respective membership tier. 

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For $3.99, a Priority Day Pass gives you 24-hour priority access to premium servers and lets you stream in up to 1080p resolution at up to 60 fps. If you want to buy a Priority GeForce Now subscription afterwards, it costs $49.99 for 6 months or $9.99 for one month.

For $7.99, an Ultimate Day Pass grants you 24-hour exclusive access to the RTX 4080 servers and lets you stream in up to 4K resolution at up to 120 fps. Ultimate Day Pass users also "gain exclusive access to innovative technologies like NVIDIA DLSS 3.5, full ray tracing and NVIDIA Reflex." A Ultimate GeForce Now subscription costs either $99.99 for 6 months or $19.99 for one month.

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In addition to the exciting announcement of Day Passes, Nvidia also says, "Mobile gamers will soon have the option to set streaming resolution to 1440p on Android devices." You can even connect external displays to your mobile device and pair up a keyboard and mouse to create a mobile gaming rig. 

While a smartphone won't run a game as smoothly as a desktop PC or a gaming laptop, modern smartphones can run them smoothly enough to be enjoyable. At the CES trade show, Nvidia performed a demo with this new mobile feature by streaming "Cyberpunk 2077 and Alan Wake 2 from GeForce Now servers in Los Angeles to a Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra phone connected to a 1440p monitor in Las Vegas." 

Check out our original GeForce Now review when the service first launched, as well as our more recent hands-on impression of GeForce Now Ultimate to get a feel for what the service does well and which popular games are available.

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