The service will be available on LG’s webOS smartphones from the second half of the year.
LG announced that it has entered into a partnership agreement with Google, which means that a cloud-based gaming platform called Stadia will also be available on the company’s smartphones that support webOS as of the second half of this year.
As a result, the South Korean company’s TVs will be able to play the most popular Stadia games – like Cyberpunk 2077, NBA 2K21, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, or Watch Dogs: Legion – instantly without downloading or adding any additional hardware. Users will need a console.
LG plans to launch the new service in the form of an app that can be downloaded from its online store in the second half of the year, especially in countries where Stadia is also available. Currently there are more than 130 games available in the system, and the platform offering is constantly expanding. The games can be purchased separately, but you can also get various discounts with a Stadia Pro subscription. The premium subscriber package also includes a 4K screen resolution and 5.1ch surround sound. With support for 4K HDR and 60fps, Stadia can be an attractive platform for those who want a premium gaming experience but don’t want to spend on an expensive gaming console.
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