NVIDIA Pushes 120FPS To GeForce Now On All Android Phones

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Cloud gaming is still growing, and the industry is being led by Microsoft and NVIDIA. The latter has a platform called GeForce Now, and people on mobile platforms can use it. According to 9To5Google, 120FPS gaming is making its way to all Android phones that use GeForce Now.

GeForce Now allows users to access powerful gaming hardware through the cloud. The game is rendered on a server and streamed directly to devices like phones and computers. This way, your smartphone can run a game with the graphics turned up with ray tracing and all the other bells and whistles.

Now, GeForce Now runs at 120FPS for all Android phones

Another benefit to using GeForce Now is the addition of 120FPS gaming. The only issue was that the feature was limited to only a selection of phones. However, the company announced that it expanded 120FPS gaming to all Android phones. This is great news for people who really wanted this feature.


If you want this feature, you’ll need to know a few things

For starters, you’ll need to make sure your phone has the right type of display. Having 120FPS gaming doesn’t really matter if your phone’s display runs at 60Hz or 90Hz.

Also, you won’t be able to get this on the free membership. If you want to see all 120 of those frames, you’ll need to have a GeForce RTX 3080 membership. This plan costs $20/month, which is relatively pricey. It’s not super cheap, but if you want to have PC-quality games, it’s cheaper than buying/building a gaming PC that can handle it.

The top-tier plan has several other perks; they’re all about the visuals and performance. Along with 120FPS, you’ll also be able to stream 1440p gaming. Also, you’ll be able to enable RTX ray tracing with this tier.


If you want to pay less, there’s a $9.99 plan that will allow you six-hour gaming sessions and ray-traced graphics. If you don’t want to pay anything, there’s a free tier. This one only requires that you create a GeForce Now account. With this tier, you won’t get ray-traced graphics and you’ll be confined to one-hour gaming sessions.