Owners of select LG Smart TVs can now access Google’s cloud gaming service with the touch of a remote.
As confirmed in a press release shared by LG today, Google Stadia is now available on all of the company’s Smart TVs running webOS 5.0 and webOS 6.0 in various territories. The native support means that cloud gamers who have grown fond of Google’s solution can now access the service without additional hardware.
From LG’s press release:
Available now to download on the LG Content Store in all 22 countries where Stadia is currently available, the Stadia store features over 200 popular games such as Cyberpunk 2077, Resident Evil Village, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Hitman 3, Baldur’s Gate 3 as well as access to a growing list of free games and demos, all playable with just a compatible controller, no downloading required. A subscription to Stadia Pro offers a growing library of 30+ games to claim and play, with new titles added every month and exclusive discounts on games and add-on content. And with Stadia’s support for up to 4K HDR graphics and 60 FPS gameplay plus immersive 5.1 surround sound, LG Smart TVs are the perfect choice for those seeking an advanced gaming experience without having to purchase a separate console or expensive gaming PC.
As an alternative to other cloud gaming services such as Xbox Cloud Gaming and NVIDIA GeForce NOW, Google provides a subscription option called Stadia Pro that includes a collection of hit games for $9.99/month. It includes popular hits such as Control, Hitman, and DIRT 5.