NVIDIA GeForce NOW Brings 120 FPS Game Streaming To More Android Devices
Mobile gaming has been growing in popularity, as more and more games are being made available to play via smartphones and tablets. In an attempt at cashing in on the trend, companies like NVIDIA are providing streaming services that allow gamers to take their PC games on the road with them without having to lug around a laptop. But until now, most gamers have been stuck at having to play at 60fps, even though their mobile devices are capable of more. Now, NVIDIA is giving some the ability to double those frame rates, as long as they meet two requirements.
NVIDIA offers up three tiers to choose from. There is a free tier that gives someone the opportunity to try the service out without having to sink any money into it. But it is the $20 a month RTX 3080 tier that you will need if you want to get 120fps on your mobile device.
Being able to double the frame rates could be a huge deal to some mobile gamers, especially those playing shooters. The amount of frames you are getting, along with the refresh rate of the devices screen, will determine how smooth the actual game appears on your device.
The update has started rolling out this week. So, if you have a supported Android device and are using GeForce Now, you will need to make sure to update the app on your device(s) so you can that improved game performance.
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