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Shadow 4K Streaming Now Available

November 24, 2020 | Posted by Adam Larck
Shadow Gaming Cloud 4K Streaming

Shadow. which offers supercharged PC gaming in the cloud, has announced two new next-generation offers to subscribers.

Shadow Ultra and Shadow Infinite joined its current offering, Shadow Boost. Shadow Ultra, starting at $24.99 a month, can play games in 4K and up to 144 FPS with ray tracing compatibility. It uses the GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card, a better processor than Shadow Boost, more RAM and more storage.

Meanwhile, the Shadow Infinite, starting at $39.99 per month, will use the “best available” equipment on the market. Streamers will be able to use ray tracing, the TITAN RTX graphics card and 1TB of storage to play any of the latest PC titles in 4K.

“Shadow Ultra and Shadow Infinite are a first-of-its-kind and completely change the gaming experience,” says Mike Fischer, CEO of Shadow. “We’re thrilled to release these new powerful offers that will forever change the trajectory of gaming as we know it.”

Shadow cloud PC gaming uses Windows 10 to play any PC game from any device, including other computers, Apple and Android devices.

The initial launch will be available only to its current user-base, but then it will do limited rollouts based by regions. It will start at the Chicago region before going to their other data centers in Texas, California and New York in the coming months.

Shadow Ultra and Shadow Infinite will come to Europe in 2021.

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