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Shadow Expands Its Cloud Gaming Service With The Latest Generation Of Nvidia And AMD GPUs

Newsroom May 19, 2022
Read about Shadow’s expansion in the cloud gaming service with a new subscription tier.
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Shadow is expanding its cloud gaming service with a new subscription tier that includes access to the newest generation of graphics cards from Nvidia and AMD for an extra $14.99 per month. The new Power Upgrade tier is indeed an add-on to Shadow's existing $29.99 membership subscription, bringing the total cost to just less than $45. Along with it, the company announces a global expansion, a new online cloud storage facility, and a service that enables its cloud-based devices to be available to professional customers.

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Shadow's capability is broader than that of Microsoft's Xbox Cloud Gaming service or Google Stadia, which only allow you to stream their titles. It essentially grants you a remote connection to a Windows 10 computer operating on powerful hardware in the cloud. From there, you can load video games from any gaming store you want and run them on a system that may be far more capable than the device to which you're streaming them.

The Power Upgrade, according to Shadow, will provide users with cloud-based accessibility to a machine that runs an AMD EPYC 7543P CPU with four cores and eight threads, 16GB of RAM, as well as a "high-end GPU." An "Nvidia RTX 3070-class" graphics card is held up as an example, as is an equivalent Nvidia GPU "designed for professionals," and AMD's latest RDNA 2-based GPUs, along with the Radeon Pro V620. You will not, however, be able to select the particular GPU at checkout; it will be assigned depending on data center availability. On the other hand, Shadow's current $29.99 tier lists the counterpart of a much earlier GTX 1080 GPU, like its graphics card.

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The pricing level costs more than Nvidia's existing GeForce Now streaming service, which would be supposed to offer RTX 3080-level technology for $19.99 per month. Shadow is less constrained than Nvidia, which provides a handpicked selection of titles from Steam or perhaps the Epic Games Store. You should be able to play a game on Shadow if you can download it on a Windows 10 PC.

Along with the new Power Upgrade, Shadow has announced that it will expand to Canada and Austria in the coming autumn, joining existing countries such as the United States, United Kingdom, France, and Germany. It also includes a completely new standalone cloud storage feature that will be available in Europe this autumn, offering 20GB of free storage or 2TB for €8.99 per month. Finally, the company will provide its cloud-based machinery to skilled clients with hand-tailored projects suited for usage by anyone—from 3D artists to design professionals in need of high-performance cloud hardware.

Shadow claims that its new Power Upgrade will be available for preorder this summer and will be accessible in all of its markets in the fall.

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