Sq. Enix video games will stream to NVIDIA Defend

Square Enix games will stream to NVIDIA Shield

Writer Sq. Enix is including lots of its titles to GeForce Now, the recreation subscription service for NVIDIA Defend units. 2013’s Tomb Raider can be first, adopted by different franchises like Sleeping Canine, Quantum Conundrum and Murdered: Soul Suspect.

GeForce Now prices $eight per 30 days and allows you to play a library of “greater than eighty” titles at no additional value, with the choice to pay additional to stream newer video games. Offered you have got the connection, it’s going to stream the video games at 1080p and 60 frames per second. It is supported by each the Defend TV and the Defend Pill.

Sq. Enix says it’s going to convey extra video games to the platform after the preliminary wave this yr. If all of them appear… considerably comparable in scope, that is not accidentally: the corporate says that “SHIELD house owners inform us that they love motion-journey video games.”