With its newer TV models already sporting many gamer friendly features, LG Electronics has now made Google Stadia available to its customers.
The gaming credentials of LG’s latest TVs have taken another step forward with the addition of Google’s cloud gaming service, Stadia, on its smart TVs running webOS 5.0 and webOS 6.0.
Native support of Google’s Stadia cloud service on LG’s smart TVs arrives for consumers in the twenty two countries where Stadia currently operates, delivering instant access to high-end games with support for impressive graphics and frame rates on the company’s cutting-edge displays.
Available to download from the LG Content Store, the Stadia store features over 200 of the latest and most popular games such as Cyberpunk 2077, Resident Evil Village, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Hitman 3, Baldur’s Gate 3 as well as access to a growing list of free games and demos. There’s no time consuming downloading required and all that players will need is a compatible controller.
For gamers that want to boost their gaming experience to include 4K HDR streaming, 60fps gameplay and immersive 5.1 surround sound, the subscription based Stadia Pro tier offers a growing library of 30+ games to claim and play, with new titles added every month and exclusive discounts on games and add-on content. News users of Stadia can claim a trial subscription to Stadia Pro to try out these features first.
Access to the whole package means LG TV owners with compatible models can experience an advanced gaming experience without having to purchase a separate console or expensive gaming PC. Owners of LG’s OLED models in particular will benefit from the speedy 1ms response time and extremely low input lag without loss in picture quality.
With the South Korean company’s C1 OLED TV winning our Best Advanced Gaming TV of 2021 Editor’s Choice Award and LG Electronics itself winning our inaugural Best TV Manufacturer of the Year ECA, the addition of Stadia is another example of why the company's models continue to be so popular among TV, and now gaming, enthusiasts.
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