GeForce Now Cloud Gaming Arriving On Android Phones

A new rollout has Nvidia’s cloud gaming service, GeForce Now, officially supporting 120fps game streaming across all Android phones with high refresh rate displays, as opposed to being limited to preapproved models. Many devices previously capped at 60fps, but thanks to new support for 120fps, games should look and feel much smoother and responsive. To utilize this, you’ll need to pay for Nvidia’s RTX 3080 tier, which costs $20 a month.

Initially, 120fps streaming had only been accessible on a limited selection of Android smartphones from Samsung, OnePlus, Xiaomi, and Asus, but is now available on any and all Android handsets with the correct display.

There is still no sign of 120fps streaming coming to Apple devices anytime soon, however. Apple’s restrictive App Store policies force Nvidia to stream via a web app on iOS, which makes development on the platform much more challenging. Still, the notion has not been ruled out or dismissed.

(All information was provided by The Verge)

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