Yesterday we reported that the big changeover for Nvidia’s gaming-on-demand service formally known as Nvidia GRID would be happening today. Sure enough everything is now live including the new name, GeForce Now, the monthly subscription, and eight premium games available for purchase.
Nvidia’s gaming-on-demand service called GRID is now known as GeForce Now. Subscription service launches tomorrow.
If you own an Nvidia Shield branded device then you have probably at one point or another at least tried Nvidia GRID, which is the company’s cloud-based gaming-on-demand service. This is where Shield device owners can play PC or console games on their Shield device, without having to install them since it is through the cloud. Basically it is OnLive but better since it actually works well on mobile devices.
Every Tuesday a new game is usually added to the catalog of available titles to play on Nvidia’s gaming-on-demand service GRID. The newest title to arrive is ironically also called GRID, or in this case GRID Autosport. Originally released in 2014, GRID Autosport is a highly detailed racing game where you are a driver for hire and need to be picked up by a team.
Every Tuesday Nvidia brings another game from the console and PC world and sticks it onto their GRID gaming-on-demand service for all of us Shield owners to play. Last week we saw the arrival of a racing game called Toybox Turbos, and this week we have the rather cool yet bloody game called Orcs Must Die!.
Last week saw the release of The Raven – Legacy of a Master Thief on Nvidia’s gaming-on-demand service called GRID. Since we get a new game each week, that means we have a new one available now and this week’s game happens to be the 2D head-to-head brawler BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger.
Nvidia extends GRID’s free use period till July 31st. Red Faction Guerrilla is now available on Nvidia GRID
Yesterday Nvidia released another game onto their gaming-on-demand service called GRID as per usual, since this happens every Tuesday. This time around it is a new installment into the Red Faction franchise called Red Faction Guerrilla, which is 100% free to play in full on your Shield device of choice using GRID. One thing we have known for awhile is that GRID would not be free forever, and that Nvidia was planning to offer up a few different options for access to GRID, including a free service.
Every Tuesday the Nvidia GRID line-ups expands just a little bit, with a new title added each week. This week the new game on the playground is Sacred Citadel, a hack n’ slash action-adventure game that features both single-playerand co-op multiplayer gameplay, all of which takes place in the land of Ancaria.
Last week three new games were announced that would be heading to Nvidia’s gaming-on-demand service called GRID, one of which was made available last week on Tuesday which was La-Mulana. The other two games are now on their way, one coming tomorrow and the last arriving next Tuesday, since Tuesday is the official release day for GRID titles.
It’s Tuesday which means there are new games available for people to play on Nvidia’s gaming-on-demand service called GRID. Last week saw the arrival of Bionic Commando and this week we have a new game called La-Mulana available for Shield owners to play.
A week ago yesterday we reported on Strider landing on Nvidia’s gaming-on-demand service called GRID. Along with that news we also mention that two other games would be arriving as well, one of those DIRT 3 and the other being LEGO Movie The Videogame. Well the latter is now available on GRID, leaving only DIRT 3 to arrive, which will most likely be this upcoming Tuesday.