Users of LG TVs with webOS 5.0 and webOS 6.0 have reason to be happy. Even several-year-old smart tv models already support the Google Stadia game streaming platform. From today, users of these devices can download an application that allows them to enjoy streaming games in the cloud. It has been said before that such a possibility will appear on the TVs of the South Korean manufacturer of consumer electronics, but today the solution’s debut is officially announced. The program is available for free, but you have to take into account any additional fees. Of course, if we want to enjoy the full capabilities of the service, including 4K resolution with HDR and surround sound.
LG TV users with webOS 5.0 and webOS 6.0 can now download the free Google Stadia application. Game streaming at your fingertips.
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LG announced that it wants services such as NVIDIA GeForce Now and Google Stadia to work on TVs running under the control of the webOS system. Today we know that the manufacturer keeps its promise. Devices with webOS 5.0 and webOS 6.0 updates installed are already compatible with the said platform. Just head to the preinstalled app store and download the program to your own device. While no model list has been defined, it looks like the televisions that have made their debut in the last two years are in question. Previously, only Android TV users could use Google Stadia.
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Google Stadia on LG smart tv with webOS 5.0 and webOS 6.0 works both in the free option and with the Pro plan that allows you to play in 4K resolution with support for 5.1 sound and HDR. Naturally, a stable and possibly fast internet connection is required. Importantly, in the case of control, we do not have to limit ourselves to dedicated controllers. The screen of a smartphone or other mobile device, such as a tablet, can be used as a “pad”. Currently, the Google Stadia repository features over 200 productions, including Cyberpunk 2077, Resident Evil Village, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Hitman 3, Baldur’s Gate 3.