GFN Thursday: Higher Resolutions on Android – NVIDIA Blog

This GFN Thursday levels up PC gaming on mobile with higher-resolution support on Android devices.
This week also brings 10 new games to the GeForce NOW library, including Enshrouded. 
GeForce NOW transforms nearly any device into a high-powered PC gaming rig, and members streaming on Android can now access that power from the palms of their hands. The GeForce NOW Android app, rolling out now to members, unlocks a new level of visual quality for Ultimate members gaming on mobile, with improved support for streaming up to 1440p resolution at 120 frames per second.
Explore the vibrant neon landscapes of Cyberpunk 2077, stream triple-A titles like Baldur’s Gate 3 and Monster Hunter: World, and play the latest releases in the cloud, including Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown and Exoprimal — all on the go with higher resolutions for more immersive gameplay.
Ultimate members can stream these and over 1,800 titles from the GeForce NOW library on select 120Hz Android phones and tablets at pixel-perfect quality. Plus, they can take gameplay even further with eight-hour sessions and tap GeForce RTX 4080-powered servers for faster access to their gaming libraries.
Sign up for an Ultimate membership today and check out this article for more details on how to set up Android devices for PC gaming on the go.
Lead a team of specialists through a story-driven campaign set in the SG-1 universe of Stargate: Timekeepers from Slitherine Ltd. Sneak characters behind enemy lines, use their unique skills, craft the perfect plan to unravel a time-loop mystery, and defeat the Goa’uld threat. It’s available to stream from the cloud this week.
More titles joining the cloud this week include:
Games from Spike Chunsoft will be removed from the GeForce NOW library at the request of the publisher. Fourteen titles are leaving on Friday, Feb. 2, so be sure to catch them before they go:
What are you planning to play this weekend? Let us know on X or in the comments below.
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