GeForce NOW lets you enjoy driving games

NVIDIA has announced that you can now enjoy games streamed via the GeForce NOW cloud gaming service from the comfort of your car. Get rid of the boredom of long journeys. Thankfully, no special hardware is required, and the first vehicles to receive support for car game streaming are Hyundai Motor Group, BYD, and Polestar, which are the first members of the DRIVE platform. Hyundai Motor Group, which is responsible for the production of Hyundai, Kia and Genesis vehicles, now uses NVIDIA DRIVE technology across its entire lineup, according to a press release.

“We are excited to bring the best in BYD technology, comfort, design, and now the latest gaming experience to our customers with NVIDIA GeForce NOW high performance cloud gaming service,” said Stella Lee, BYD Vice President and CEO of BYD America. “The experience of driving our vehicles is becoming more challenging, exciting and environmentally friendly.”

GeForce NOW in car games

“In March, BYD, the world’s leading manufacturer of new energy vehicles, announced that it will build its NEVs on the NVIDIA DRIVE Hyperion platform starting in the first half of 2023. Polestar is also using NVIDIA DRIVE for its softwaredefined architecture with the upcoming Polestar 3 based on the NVIDIA DRIVE Orin systemonachip. Now these pioneering automakers will offer vehicles that are as exciting as they are intelligent with the addition of GeForce NOW.”

“GeForce NOW delivers a complete PC gaming experience on virtually any device, including laptops, mobile devices, smart TVs and now personal vehicles. The GeForce NOW Automotive Client can run on Android or browserbased incar infotainment systems, providing an app to easily select and play your favorite games.”

For more information about the new NVIDIA DRIVE platform and the vehicles that will be supported by vehicular games, please visit the official NVIDIA blog by clicking on the link below.

Source: NVIDIA

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