It’s a big day for GeForce NOW as a service and for users who access it on Android devices, because members on Android can now play games with increased frame rates and higher resolution. It’s a GeForce NOW Thursday too, so of course that means more games dropping on the service this week.
One of the bigger games coming to the service is Enshrouded, which just launched on January 24 for PC via Steam. This is an open-world survival game. So if you like games like Rust, Valheim, and more recently, Palworld, then this is potentially one you’re going to want to check out. Especially because right now it’s on sale. Like Palworld, this is an early-access game. In most cases, you won’t pay full price for a game that’s in early access on Steam. The same is true here. While still a deal at the regular price of $29.99, you can pick up Enshrouded for 10% off ($26.99) until January 31.
If you have any interest at all in this title, we’d suggest getting it now while it’s a few bucks cheaper. Then you can play it on your Android device anytime you want. In addition to Enshrouded, GeForce NOW members can also stream 9 other games. This includes Stargate: Timekeepers, Firefighting Simulator, Metal: Hellsinger, Road 96: Mile 0, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun and its standalone Aiko’s Choice expansion, Solasta: Crown of the Magister, Tails Noir, and Wobbly Life.
GeForce NOW on Android will now support up to a 120Hz frame rate for games
This is a great improvement for GeForce NOW members who play more often on mobile than other platforms. While you could get the higher frames on PC, it was never available on mobile, with the frame rate capping out at 60. You’ll now be able to bump that to 120fps. What’s more, this update also includes a jump to 1440p at that 120fps. So you get faster frames with a higher resolution.
However, this update appears to be a staggered rollout for devices. I’m not currently seeing the option for 120fps at 1440p, or at all for that matter, on the ROG Phone 7 Ultimate or the ROG Phone 8 Pro. I am however seeing the option available on the Pixel 8. So who knows what’s going on there. It’s worth keeping in mind that this was all on the same GeForce NOW account as well. The point is that these improvements are now available. So expect a better streaming experience with your games in short order.
Now to get this resolution and frame rate bump you’ll need to be subscribed to the Ultimate membership. The good news is that will also get you the benefits of playing games on an RTX 4080 GPU.
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