NVIDIA announced their GameStream will come to the NVIDIA Shield this month. NVIDIA GameStream, due to launch on Oct. 28, is NVIDIA's advanced streaming technology, combining the high performance of GeForce GTX graphics cards with advanced Wi-Fi technologies to deliver super-smooth, low-latency gaming on the go. It effectively puts the ultimate GeForce gaming experience in the palm of your hands. Here's more info:
With support for more than 50 top PC games, including upcoming 2013 blockbuster releases "Batman: Arkham Origins" and "Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag," there is plenty of gaming to be had. Initially, NVIDIA GameStream will be available for local PC streaming, however, longer-term, it will also support NVIDIA GRID cloud gaming services.
Along with the release of GameStream comes expanded streaming support, including:
. Super smooth and fast performance at 60 frames per second. . Enhanced Wi-Fi quality of service in combination with GameStream Ready routers from leading network partners ASUS, Buffalo, D-Link, and NETGEAR. . Improved onscreen navigation and controls. . Jen-Hsun also revealed a brand new capability called "SHIELD Console Mode," which transforms your portable SHIELD into a full gaming and entertainment console on your big-screen TV.
Simply attach SHIELD to your HDTV via HDMI, pair it with a Nyko PlayPad Pro Bluetooth controller, and sit back on your couch and play your PC games with GameStream. In addition to streaming PC games, the mode allows gamers to play Android games, browse the web, and watch their favorite movies at native 1080p on the big screen.
Starting on Oct. 28, to celebrate the release of GameStream, NVIDIA will offer up to $100 off SHIELD plus free copies of "Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag," "Splinter Cell Blacklist" and "Batman: Arkham Origins" with the purchase of select GeForce GTX graphics cards. Stay tuned for more details on resellers and system builders that will be offering the bundle.