Technological innovations dedicated to the gamer industry continue in the CES 2023. The trend has made manufacturers think of consoles and content generators that use televisions as a key device in terms of performance and graphic experience, especially now that the power of the cards is increasing.
To meet this need, LG Electronics has incorporated a new webOS UI with the Amazon Luna cloud gaming service and a 4K 60 FPS streaming experience via NVIDIA GeForce NOW.
Users will now be able to access services Cloud Gaming via LG Game Card with webOS 2023. With simple voice commands and various game alternatives from partners like NVIDIA, Blacknut, Utomik, and now Luna and Boosteroid, the consumer no longer has the need to purchase additional downloads or new hardware. To this we must add that OLED televisions offer a response time of 0.1 milliseconds, low input lag and a personalized experience such as the Game Optimizer function or specific image adjustments.
GeForce NOW It has already been available on TVs since 2020 and will start on select 4K models in the course of 2023, allowing users to enjoy a 60 FPS gaming experience.
Cloud gaming on TVs
The cloud gaming service takes advantage of the PC ecosystem through high-performance streaming NVIDIA GeForce RTX. Gamers can play games already purchased from digital stores – including favorites like Fortnite, Apex Legends and Destiny 2 – with and against millions of other PC gamers. GeForce Now Ultimate members will enjoy streaming up to 4K resolution at 60 FPS on compatible LG TVs, with ultra-low latency that rivals local gaming experiences.
Accessible from the game card from LG in the US, Amazon Luna is available alongside other LG services. Cloud Gaming on the webOS home screen on the latest brand televisions. The Luna subscription offers access to games for all ages, while the Prime Gaming channel offers Amazon Prime subscribers access to several exclusive titles.
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