NVIDIA has always taken PC gaming to the next level, and the company is now pushing its portable limits with a new cloud gaming system. The company is introducing the NVIDIA GRID on-demand gaming service. This will allow you to play PC games on your NVIDIA Shield, or NVIDIA Shield Tablet, similar to how you Netflix uses its video service. If you have a PC or gaming laptop that offers the GeForce experience, you got a taste of what the Shield is capable of when it comes to graphics.
The GeForce experience also allows you to stream games from your PC library onto a Shield device if you have a GPU higher than the 600 series. Now the company knows how much it cost to upgrade parts in order for you to be able to do such a thing. So with the GRID will have a library of PC games you can choose from and play on your NVIDIA Shield portable device, such as The Witcher 2, Saints Row III, Batman: Arkham City and Borderlands 2.
The NVIDIA GRID will be available on November 18th in North America, next month in Europe, and next year in Asia at the Google Play Store. The GRID is free for SHIELD tablet and SHIELD portable users through June 30, 2015. NVIDIA has also said it will be adding new games every week.