Back in August we reported on Nvidia releasing an update to their GeForce Experience which was mostly for preparation for a beta that was to begin soon to test some really interesting new features. Well that GeForce Experience Beta has begun, and the download for it is now available.
Nvidia’s GeForce Experience program for PC is not only a suite of tools for gamers to use when playing games on their PC, but also acts as a sort of bridge with the company’s Shield Android devices as well. For example, you need GeForce Experience installed, as well as a compatible GeForce GPU, in order to use the GameStream feature with your Shield device.
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Nvidia has pushed out a major update for their Shield Hub which will also require you to update your GeForce Experience software on your PC as well. This update brings a range of improvement for the UI of the Hub itself, improved GameStream in console mode, improved connectivity to Nvidia’s GRID and more.
Nvidia’s set of utilities for the PC, called the GeForce Experience, has had an updated pushed out to it which brings some improvements all around to features like ShadowPlay as well as bringing additional support overall for the Nvidia Shield Tablet.
One really great thing about the Nvidia Shield is the ability to play full PC games on it. This can be done using Nvidia’s GameStream technology which lets owners of the Shield stream PC games from their actual PCs to their Nvidia Shield unit.
Nvidia’s next OTA update for their Nvidia Shield portable gaming system will feature a host of new enhancements and improvements to existing features such as their GameStream technology and the Gamepad Mapper. All of this will be arriving next month for Nvidia Shield owners.
Nvidia has announced that they have partnered up with multiple companies in order to developer PCs and Wi-Fi routers optimized for their GameStream technology. These will be official GameStream certified PCs and routers made for use with Nvidia’s game streaming service which is slated to officially roll-out in full force soon.