Cloud Gaming GeForce Now nVivia on LG Smart TV

The news of LG Smart TV is rich lately. After the announcement of the availability of the arrival of Apple TV + and Apple Music applications, it is the turn of the Cloud Gaming service GeForce Now to come forward.

With the GeForce Now Cloud Gaming service from nVidia, Oled TVs, QNED Mini LED LCDs and LG WebOS NanoCell LCDs enjoy a world first.

Cloud Gaming GeForce Now nVidia on LG Smart TV, 35 free access games! !!! Available in beta on November 19 across 80 countries, just go find it in the LG content store and install it to enjoy it. Only a compatible controller is required. Afterwards, you will be able to access for free more than 35 free games (including Rocket League, Destiny 2, Guardians of the Galaxy, Crysis Remastered Trilogy…) offered up to 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second.

Ray Tracing, IA Upscaling for paying subscribers to Cloud Gaming GeForce Now nVidia Namely, paid subscribers - from the GeForce Now “Priority” paid offer - will also have access to the most advanced platform of the service, offering support for ray tracing and AI technology, Priority streaming access from Nvidia RTX servers for the most responsive gameplay and premium graphics. Not to mention the six-hour sessions versus the one-hour sessions available on the “free” version of the service.

Speaking to Lee Sang-woo, Senior VP Business Strategy LG Electronics Home Entertainment Company “LG customers expect the best in big-screen gaming,” said Lee Sang-woo, senior vice president of business strategy at LG Electronics Home Entertainment Company. Partnering with nVidia to bring GeForce Now to LG TV owners is a sign of our commitment to deliver the best gaming experience on LG TVs running WebOS. »

At the time of this writing, LG has not yet listed precisely the references that will be able to manage the GeForce Now Cloud Gaming service. We will complete this news as soon as it is known.