Nvidia Shield owners will soon get an all-new gaming experience on their consoles. The service is GeForce Now, which is a cloud-based gaming service with over 228 games see them here. The service itself isn’t new and has been available for PC’s and Macs. What is new is that Shield owners will be able to access the game library on the high-end 4k streaming and gaming console. Shield owners have been able to stream games from Geforce but were required to stream their games from PCs or Macs.
SHIELD owners will be able to play their personal library of PC games or purchase new ones from popular digital stores like Steam and Uplay. And, the hottest games – including Fortnite and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege – are now playable on a streaming media player. Upcoming blockbusters will be available on the service as well, like this fall’s release of Shadow of the Tomb Raider.
The update is not ready to roll just yet but it is coming as soon as the brain trust at the hardware maker has it ready for prime time.