Shadow announced that it will be adding a new subscription tier to its cloud gaming service. The Power Upgrade tier will provide access to the equivalent of Nvidia and AMD’s latest generation of graphic cards for an additional $14.99 a month. According to Shadow, they are planning an expansion to more countries, a new online storage service, and are working on a service to make the company’s cloud-based machines available to professional users.
According to the company, the Power Upgrade will get users cloud-based access to a machine running an AMD EPYC 7543P CPU with four cores and eight threads, 16GB of RAM, and a “high-end GPU.” It appears that customers won’t be able to pick the exact GPU at checkout, rather Shadow will assign one based on data center availability.
Shadow also announced big plans to expand to Canada and Austria this fall. The company’s current markets include the US, UK, France, and Germany.
The Power Upgrade will be available to pre-order this summer, with the goal of a full launch across all of its markets, new and old, in the fall.
(All information was provided by The Verge)