LG web OS TVs get support for GeForce Now gaming service
Gradually, modern TVs are becoming devices on which you can play games without any consoles or PCs.
LG has added its webOS TVs to this list by announcing a partnership with Nvidia that will see the Korean giant’s devices become the first TVs on the market to offer access to the GeForce Now cloud gaming service.
LG promises to provide a list of TVs at a later date, so apparently not all webOS models will receive support for the corresponding Nvidia app. But the application itself, albeit in the form of a beta version, will become available to TV owners by the end of the week. LG clarifies that in this case we are talking about 80 markets and a number of TVs from the 2021 4K OLED, QNED Mini LED and NanoCell TV lines. It is also worth keeping in mind that for now all games for LG TVs will run only in Full HD and at a maximum of 60 fps.