Great news to LG smart TV users! If you love to play games online but are stuck on your laptop or mobile device, LG is giving you a better option. Recently, LG announced that it will bring Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now to its latest smart TV lineups.
This news means that gamers will have a better experience when streaming their games online through the native LG support on these services. With the bigger screen and excellent resolution from an LG smart TV, you can launch any cloud games from Stadia and GeForce Now using the dedicated app.
Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now are among the top cloud gaming services of today. Thousands of players worldwide have accounts registered so as not to miss the excitement in the online gaming world. With their integration to LG TV’s eco-system, gamers can stream popular game titles like Baldur’s Gate, Rage 2, Destiny 2, and Assassin’s Creed on Stadia. Nvidia gives you Warframe, Dota 2, Fortnite, and Witcher 3 through Geforce Now.
How to Get and Download Stadia and GeForce Now on LG Smart TV
Google Stadia will be available first on LG Smart TV by the second half of 2021. Nvidia GeForce Now is coming later in the year. Since LG uses its own operating system, webOS, instead of Android TV, it will be the first non-Google smart TV to offer the gaming service. LG is also the first to make GeForce Now available on a smart TV.
Before you download the cloud gaming services on your LG smart TV, you need to have the webOS 5.0 or 6.0 version installed on your TV. WebOS 5.0 are available on LG TV models 2020, while webOS 6.0 are on models 2021.
- To download the cloud game streaming apps, access the LG Content Store.
- Press the Home button on your remote control.
- Click More Apps.
- Navigate to the LG Content Store.
- On the top of the screen, click Apps.
- Look for Google Stadia or Nvidia GeForce Now.
- Click Install.
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