When compared to other prominent names in the market like X Cloud or Stadia, Shadow’s capabilities are very broad
Shadow, a popular cloud gaming service offered by Blade, has recently made an announcement that it will soon be adding a new subscription tier to its service. According to various reports, the latest access is expected to be equivalent to AMD and Nvidia’s latest graphic card offerings. This tier is priced at $14.99pm, and the offering is optional. The company’s existing plan is priced at $29.99, and by including the latest addition, it will come up to $45pm.
Along with that, the company has also announced that it will be expanding into other countries with online storage services for professional users. When compared to other prominent names in the market like X Cloud or Stadia, Shadow’s capabilities are very broad, and it is well-known for offering the functionalities of Windows 10 online. This is where you can install games and run them on machines that normally can’t stream. According to Shadow, the latest upgrade will provide power that equals 16 gigs of RAM, four cores of AMD EPYC 7543P CPU, and a flagship GPU. The pricing tier of Shadow is very expensive when compared to other companies in the segment offering similar services for a lesser price. Some of the previous tiers of Shadow include Infinite and Ultra.