Nvidia GeForce Experience 3.0 Features Detailed, Gamestream Co-op, UI Updates, And More
Pretty extensive update overall.
Nvidia have launched a brand new update for the GeForce Experience, the software that is right at the center of the so called Nvidia ecosystem, and it’s a pretty thorough one. The UI gets a complete and total overhaul, the software gets its own version of PlayStation’s SharePlay, and on top of all of this, GeForce Experience is just a lighter, more efficient bit of software now.
UI changes range from letting players now sign in with their Google or Facebook accounts, in addition to their Nvidia ones, to a completely overhauled library screen, with alternate views offered that allow players quick, easy, and almost one click driver optimizations and management. The overlay has also now been updated to the Share overlay, and allows for gameplay recording in 4K and at 60fps- meanwhile, Gamestream gets a co-op function, which allows a friend, to whom the game is being streamed, to join in on a virtual co-op session, not unlike Sony’s SharePlay on PS4.
All of this, and Nvidia claim that this new GeForce Experience will run three times faster and use only half the memory- that’s a pretty sweet update overall. GeForce Experience can be updated from inside the GeForce Experience app or downloaded from GeForce.com. You can check out some screens from the updated GeForce Experience below.