This week, Shadow, a lesser-known cloud gaming service, receives a Power Upgrade with a new membership option that boosts its power with an RTX 3070 GPU and other features.

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FOR $45 PER MONTH, SHADOW GETS A POWER UPGRADE Shadow is an excellent service for more than just gaming in the cloud. The service enables customers to stream a full Windows PC, complete with the capacity to run demanding applications, play games, and even use virtual reality.

Players who wish to enhance the service’s graphics capabilities can now do so by purchasing a Power Upgrade tier from Shadow starting this week. The add-on upgrade is compatible with the $29.99 base subscription service, raising the monthly cost to $45 in total. This new tier makes use of an AMD EPYC 7543P CPU, 16GB of RAM, and RTX 3070-equivalent GPUs. You can’t choose a specific GPU, but in that fundamental class, you’ll either get an AMD or an Nvidia GPU. In any case, it is a significant improvement over the GTX 1080 that drives current subscriptions.

Later this year, Austria and Canada will welcome Shadow, according to announced . In the next months, pre-orders for the Power Upgrade will begin.

Sony confirms the launch dates for Playstation Plus. The revised PlayStation Plus membership, which will incorporate the cloud gaming-focused PlayStation Now, will go on sale starting this week, according to Sony confirmed . The launch will begin next week in Asia and reach the US by June 13.

May 23, 2022 is the projected date for Asia markets (excluding Japan) (May 24, 2022 in local time zone) Japan aims for June 1st, 2022 (June 2, 2022 in local time zone) America aims for June 13 in 2022 European Union, Australian, and New Zealand June 22, 2022 (June 23, 2022 in local time zone) ADD FORTNITE TOUCH CONTROLS TO GEFORCE NOW This week, Nvidia introduced full touch support for the popular game Fortnite on mobile devices, giving players on iOS and Android platforms—where the game isn’t typically distributed—a major advantage.

Nvidia also updated the service with a few additional games in conjunction with that announcement.

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