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GeForce Now on Android now supports 1440p at 120fps



Nvidia is rolling out a new update for GeForce Now on Android that improves streaming quality up to 1440p and up to 120fps.

GeForce Now on Android now supports 1440p at 120fps

As part of its latest update, Nvidia is rolling out support for higher streaming quality on Android devices. The GeForce Now app for Android now supports 1440p streaming at up to 120fps. To do this, you need the most expensive GeForce Now subscription. That is, the “Ultimate” level, which also supports streaming up to 4K on the Android TV and Windows/macOS operating systems.

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The superior quality was first announced at CES earlier this month, along with a new “Day Pass.”

But here’s what the company tells us:

“GeForce NOW turns virtually any device into a high-powered PC gaming rig, and Android streamers can now access that power from the palm of their hands. The GeForce NOW app for Android, which is now being made available to members, enables a new level of visual quality for Ultimate members playing on mobile devices, with improved support for streaming at up to 1440p resolution at 120 frames per second.”

So Ultimate elements can stream these and more than 1,800 titles from the GeForce NOW library on selected Android phones and tablets at 120 Hz in perfect quality. Plus, they can take their gameplay even further with eight-hour sessions and access GeForce RTX 4080-powered servers for faster access to their game libraries.

In addition to the new streaming quality on Android, Nvidia is also bringing several new games this week. New titles include:

  • Stargate: Timekeepers (new release on Steam, January 23)
  • Enshrouded (new release on Steam, January 24th)
  • Firefighting Simulator – The Squad (Steam)
  • Metal: Hellsinger (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Road 96: Mile 0 (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun (Steam)
  • Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun – Aiko’s Choice (Steam)
  • Solasta: Crown of the Magister (Steam)
  • Tails Noir (Xbox, available on the Microsoft Store)
  • Wobbly Life (Steam)

However, it is also worth noting that GeForce Now will remove more than a dozen games from publisher Spike Chunsoft, at the publisher’s request.

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