AT&T and NVIDIA Announce New GeForce NOW Offer

And as added value, the new deal comes with GeForce NOW’s newest, highest-performance membership. The new Ultimate tier Delivers the lowest-latency cloud gaming experience. Paired with AT&T’s fast, reliable, secure network, gamers will get an experience that rivals most local game play. The membership also breaks new ground, streaming 4K up to 120 FPS and two ultrawide monitors.

Why does it matter? Gamers today want flexibility. Cloud gaming gives them the ability to pick up on mobile from where they left off on a PC. With GeForce NOW Ultimate, they’ll be able to jump right into 1,500 titles on the devices they already own. In addition to the freedom to play just about anywhere at up to 120 FPS on mobile – this new offer also upgrades a gamer’s experience to play on the best NVIDIA RTX cloud graphics, with the fastest access to servers, longer session times, better resolution and higher frame rates.

“The new GeForce NOW Ultimate membership is taking cloud gaming to new heights — streaming beyond-fast GeForce RTX 4080 performance at new resolutions and frame rates on AT&T’s fast and reliable network will be an amazing experience for all gamers,” said Phil Eisler, vice president of GeForce NOW at NVIDIA. “Adding Fiber customers to a fantastic offer means even more gamers, on more devices, will get to experience the best in cloud gaming.”

What sets AT&T apart? AT&T 5G3 and AT&T Fiber is a 1-2 combo delivering fast speeds, reliability, and our overall best experience we have to offer. Whether you prefer to play at home or on-the-go, the foundation we’ve built across wireless and home internet will have you covered. For mobile gamers, our nationwide 5G is designed to deliver lower latency to help reduce jitter and improve ping times in an activity where every millisecond counts. And as the fastest internet now delivering up to 5-Gig speeds,4 AT&T Fiber can also deliver these benefits to gamers at home.

“Significantly more gamers (58%) now play via mobile device – which may or may not depend on a broadband connection – versus a PC (39%) or console (42%),” says Roger Entner, Founder and Principal Analyst of Recon Analytics.5 “As the carriers fully roll out 5G, I’d expect to see more gamers favor mobile, with a focus on fast-paced games that require increased reliability and low latencies.”

What’s next? Our work doesn’t stop here. As the Exclusive 5G Technical Innovation Collaborator for GeForce NOW, we’re working with NVIDIA to understand what gamers need most from their cloud gaming platform and helping deliver solutions for customers on our network. It’s all part of our mission to become the best connectivity provider in America and providing you with a seamless experience from a single source – AT&T.

To learn more about our work in gaming, please visit att.com/gaming.

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