A new version of Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service is now available. The streaming quality has improved even more on Android, but this benefit will only be available to those who are using the most expensive subscription.
NVIDIA declared that the GFN Thursday update for GeForce Now has enhanced streaming quality. On Android smartphones, GeForce Now now provides better streaming quality. On Android devices, users with Ultimate subscriptions can now play games in 1440p at 120 frames per second.
New streaming option 1440p 120FPS!
The new GeForce Now Android app will enable mobile gamers to stream video at up to 1440p resolution at 120 frames per second, for a more fluid and high-quality cloud gaming experience. Exclusive to Ultimate members will be the 3840 x 1080 (32:9) streaming quality option in the options menu. Gamers will be able to rapidly access games from servers that support GeForce RTX 4080 on the platform.
This week, Nvidia not only launched multiple new games to the Android platform, but also enhanced the quality of streaming for Android smartphones. This is a list of the most recent games that GeForce Now has added.