GeForce Now is coming to LG TVs

It was only a while back that we saw game streaming services on Smart TVs. LG is one of the first manufacturers to play games by hosting GeForce Now on the webOS platform.

LG has announced a partnership with Nvidia to become the first smart TV maker to host the GeForce Now streaming game service. The webOS application will be available in beta in the coming days on select 4K TVs (OLED, QNED Mini LED and NanoCell) in 80 countries. It will now be a new platform for GeForce, followed by Windows, macOS, Chrome OS, Android and Safari (for iOS and iPadOS).

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Games streamed through the online service will be able to display at up to 60 fps, but at a maximum of 1080p. The 4K Shield TV remains a privilege for Nvidia’s box. Three subscription plans will be available in the webOS app: free but with a queue system, priority (€49.99 / 6 months) for 1080p / 60 fps, and RTX 3080 (€ 99.99 / 6 months) for high-quality graphics.

Unlike Microsoft’s Xbox cloud gaming service, which bills itself as “Video Game Netflix,” featuring hundreds of instantly playable titles, GeForce Now offers to stream the games we buy, for example For on Steam. Guardians of the Galaxy, Crisis Remastered Trilogy Or rocket league And fate 2 are compatible. It’s still possible to try 35 free-to-play games.

Of course, you also need a good Internet connection: at least 15 Mbps for 720p / 60 FPS, or 25 Mbps / 60 FPS. Latency should also be less than 80ms, but Nvidia recommends less than 40ms for the best experience. Were the quality of the LG TV’s Wi-Fi connection the same (this is also the case with Samsung and others), the manufacturer recommends an Ethernet connection.

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