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Video: Nvidia brings cloud gaming to vehicles at CES

04 January 2023

Nvidia Corp. has unveiled that its GeForce Now cloud gaming service will be coming to cars, specifically Hyundai Motors, BYD and Polestar in new agreements announced at CES 2023.

The move expands Nvidia’s offerings for infotainment inside the car, including products and services designed to improve the cockpit as well as passengers’ experiences.

GeForce Now can stream real-time AR games that would normally be found on desktops, laptops, mobile devices or gaming consoles but not inside vehicles. The technology uses low-latency streaming technology that allows for more than 1,000 titles to be played in the back seat if screens are available.

Some of the titles include:

  • “Cyberpunk”
  • “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt”
  • “A Plague Tale: Requiem”
  • “Destiny 2”
  • “Fortnite”
  • “Lost Ark”

OEM support

As part of the release of GeForce Now, Hyundai Motor Group will bring the system to its line up of Kia and Genesis brands. Hyundai is also using Nvidia Drive platform for electric vehicle (EV) technology and some automated capabilities.

BYD, a Chinese automotive OEM, is also working with Nvidia to bring in-vehicle cloud gaming to the international automotive market. BYD is also developing EVs using the Nvidia Drive platform.

Polestar, which is also powered by Nvidia Drive for its centralized computer, will also bring GeForce Now gaming services to its EVs.

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