The NVDIA cloud gaming is ready to land on LG Smart TVs . Starting this week, a beta version of the app is being distributed which allows access to GeForce NOW . The novelty, first announced during the presentation of the TV range 2021 at CES, is coming in 80 countries via the LG Content Store on one Ultra HD OLED model selection , QNED with Mini LED and NanoCell . A complete list of supported products will be announced shortly.
The application makes available free games and requires no other hardware than a compatible controller. The GeForce NOW catalog includes titles such as “Rocket League”, “Destiny 2” “Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Crysis Remastered”, all capable of supporting a resolution up to Full HD with 60 frames per second .
By subscribing to the GeForce Priority subscription, with a cost of 9, 99 euro per month or 49, 99 euro for 6 months, further advantages are obtained, such as the possibility of using more advanced servers located all over the world; users can thus enjoy the benefits of ray tracing and the potential provided by artificial intelligence. Lee Sang-woo , senior vice president of corporate business strategy for LG Electronics Home Entertainment Company, said:
LG customers expect the best when it comes to playing on the big screen. The collaboration with NVIDIA, which has enabled us to offer GeForce NOW to owners of LG TVs, is proof of our commitment to ensure the best gaming experience on LG TVs with webOS.
We remind you that GeForce NOW is already available on NVIDIA Shield, PC with Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, Android, iPhone and iPad (via the web browser).