The international (unlocked) variant of the LG V10 only started receiving its slice of Marshmallow earlier in the month. Verizon is not usually associated with the notion of timely Android updates, but it looks like Big Red will make an exception to this rule. Unless the official Verizon web page describing the update is an error on Verizon's part, the update should start rolling out tomorrow.
The Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the Verizon LG V10 will bring the phone on software version VS99022A. As expected, the update will bring all of the features that you'd normally expect from the current-generation Android version, such as Google Now on Tap, the battery-saving Doze mode, individual app permissions, as well as a range of performance and battery life tweaks. If this is the first time you're hearing about the new Android version, make sure to head on over to our full Android 6.0 Marshmallow review for a detailed analysis.
As with all OTA updates, this one will probably roll out in stages, meaning that not everyone will get the update tomorrow. If you're rocking a Verizon-branded LG V10, then your phone should launch a notification when it detects that the new update is available for download. Do note that the size of the OTA file should be considerable, and that you'll probably have to download it over a Wi-Fi network. Obviously, you can always manually check for the update by heading over to Settings -> About phone -> Software updates.
Interestingly, T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T have all yet to update their own carrier-branded versions of the LG V10 to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but we'll be here to let you know as soon the updates start rolling out.