LG first mentioned in January that Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service was headed to a few of its TVs, and now, it’s lastly right here — although as a beta. LG is rolling out the beta this week for “select 2021 LG 4K OLED, QNED Mini LED, and NanoCell TV models in 80 markets,” according to a press release.
GeForce Now allows you to play PC video games you personal on different units through the cloud, and this new webOS app will make it simpler to make use of the service on an even bigger display screen. That mentioned, video games shall be capped at 60fps and 1080p decision — you received’t be capable of play GeForce Now video games in 4K through the webOS app. (That function is at the moment exclusive to Nvidia’s Shield TV set-top box.)
Each GeForce Now tier is supported, Nvidia tells The Verge, together with the brand new tier that allows you to play video games on its devoted RTX 3080 pods. Each gamepad-supported recreation works, too, the corporate says. When you don’t personal any PC video games your self however nonetheless wish to give the service a spin, there are greater than 35 free-to-play video games obtainable on GeForce Now.
Nvidia says it plans to enhance upon the present app by releasing updates in partnership with LG by way of 2022.