Soon you won’t need a Nintendo Switch or a cell phone to be able to play when you’re stuck in traffic or on the highway. What happens is that it was confirmed that a lot of cars will allow you to enjoy games like Fortnite, cyberpunk 2077 and many others from the comfort of your vehicle.
At CES 2023, NVIDIA announced that it is working to make GeForce Now, its cloud gaming service, available in various vehicles. According to the company, it is working with car industry giants such as Hyundai, Polestar and BYD to bring the video game streaming service to the screens of their vehicles.
Wait, can’t this cause an accident? Only if it’s implemented irresponsibly, something NVIDIA and these car companies are going to avoid. It turns out that GeForce Now will only work when the car is parked. Of course, if the vehicle has exclusive screens for the rear passengers, they can have fun throughout the journey.
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The GeForce Now client will run through an Android-based application or through a web browser, depending on the technology in the car. With this, users will have access to a library of more than 1000 PC games, among which are Fortnite, The Witcher: Wild Hunt, cyberpunk 2077 and more games from the libraries of Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft, EA and GoG.com.
“Accelerated computing, artificial intelligence, and connectivity deliver new levels of automotive automation, safety, comfort, and enjoyment,” said Ali Kani, NVIDIA vice president of automobiles. “The ability to stream popular titles from gamers’ libraries, along with dozens of free games, it will take the in-vehicle infotainment experience to a new level.”
And you, what did you think of this news? Are you excited to be able to play video games from a car or do you find it a little useless? Tell us in the comments.
CES 2023 will take place from January 5 to 8, 2023. You can learn more about this technology event by clicking here.
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