NVIDIA’s cloud gaming service is integrated via the webOS app, but is limited to 60 IPS/1080p regardless of subscription.
In a press release, LG Electronics (LG) announced that it is the first TV manufacturer to integrate the NVIDIA GeForce NOW cloud gaming service directly into its Smart TVs. This applies to some LG 4K OLED, QNED Mini LED TV and NanoCell 2021 models running webOS.
The company is specifying that the app will be available in beta starting this week in the LG Content Store. All subscribers will be able to take advantage of the NVIDIA service through this; On the other hand, it is limited to 60 fps at 1080p resolution, including those who have subscribed to it Display RTX 3080 Allowing 120fps sessions at higher definitions. In fact, playing in such conditions currently requires going through a PC/Mac or NVIDIA Shield.
New support for GeForce NOW
In general, remember that GeForce NOW can be accessed via NVIDIA SHIELD, Windows PC, macOS, Chrome OS, Android, and the Safari browser for iPhone and iPad.
Lee Sang-woo, Senior Vice President of Business Strategy at LG Electronics Home Entertainment Company, announce : LG customers expect the best when it comes to gaming on the big screen. Partnering with NVIDIA to bring GeForce NOW to LG TV owners is a sign of our commitment to providing the best gaming experience for LG webOS TVs. “
On the other hand, if this support on LG TVs decides to subscribe to GeForce NOW, beware NVIDIA is offering Crysis Remastered for a 6-month GeForce NOW subscription. This special offer is valid for any 6-month subscription to GeForce NOW: owner, pay €49.99 / 6 months (equivalent to €8.33 / month) or RTX 3080, pay €99.99 / 6 months (equivalent to €16.67 / month).
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