NVIDIA GRID cloud gaming service now in open beta for Defend house owners in Northern California
NVIDIA Defend house owners who downloaded a new software program replace a pair days in the past not solely acquired the power to stream PC video games over 1080p, however have been additionally given the keys to check out NVIDIA’s GRID cloud gaming service earlier than anybody else. Just like Gaikai and Onlive, GRID primarily allows you to play video games which might be hosted on NVIDIA’s servers slightly than your own home PC. Properly, that service is lastly out in open beta to Defend house owners — so long as they stay in Northern California. NVIDIA’s testing this out with simply its San Jose servers for now, and you will want a GameStream-prepared 5GHz WiFi router, a minimal of 10Mbps obtain velocity and a sub-40ms ping time to have an honest gaming expertise. These outdoors of the world may give it a go as nicely in fact, so long as they’re capable of meet these bandwidth necessities — the GRID beta app will run a community check to see in case your connection passes muster. When you’ve already downloaded that aforementioned software program replace, it is best to have already got the app, however you possibly can obtain it individually from the Google Play Retailer as nicely.