LG TVs will have K GeForce Now in 2023.

GeForce Now subscribers have been treated to update after upgrade throughout this year. The most recent update to GeForce Now is the availability of native 4K streaming on LG smart TVs. This feature does not need the use of a console or any extra gear.

GeForce Now has been experimenting with 4K streaming for the better part of a year at this point, with the first deployment taking place in May of last year. Since that time, the cloud gaming service has continued to expand, with the most recent improvement being the addition of graphics at the level of an RTX 4080, as well as special consideration given to users of ultrawide monitors who wish to broadcast.

GeForce Now announced that Ultimate subscribers will get 4K streaming on LG Smart TVs in 2023.

This basically indicates that consumers may switch on their televisions and log into GeForce Now without the requirement of any additional gear. This eliminates the requirement for an additional component, such as a Shield TV Pro or Chromecast with Google TV, and streamlines the procedure. In addition to this, Nvidia mentions that the deployment will take place in “over 80 supported countries.”

We have observed an increase in the number of people using this service, and the most current native streaming option is Samsung’s Gaming Hub, which brings together three different cloud gaming services: GeForce Now, Amazon Luna, and Xbox Cloud Gaming. Users are also able to select a session directly from the operating system of the TV when using this option.

GeForce Now is also looking at the possibility of adding a few additional games, including a number of titles published by Bandai Namco Europe, in light of the recent news regarding LG TVs. The most significant of these is the Enhanced Edition of Little Nightmares II, which includes RTX ON to add an additional touch of horrifying realism to the experience.

This one comes with a total of six different games to play:

  • MORDHAU (New release on Epic Games Store, free on April 13)
  • DE-EXIT – Eternal Matters (New release on Steam, April 14)
  • 11-11 Memories Retold (Steam)
  • canVERSE (Steam)
  • Get Even (Steam)
  • Little Nightmares (Steam)