Nvidia had a notable hardware announcement and price drop at its Game Developers Conference presentation tonight, but it also peppered in some updated features to its GeForce Experience tools for good measure.
ShadowPlay is introducing a "Highlights" feature, which detects notable game moments like a kill streak and then sets them aside in clips packages. After the game concludes, you'll have 60 seconds to edit your footage and post it to social media. The screen-capturing tool Ansel will expand to Ghost Recon: Wildlands at launch as well.
GameWorks is being updated with a "Blast" feature, adding destruction effects cross-platform. NvCloth introduces better cloth physics, while Flow and Flex make for better fluid and gaseous effects, respectively. VRWorks is also being updated to support DirectX12 and Unity engine.
Finally, Nvidia is updating its suite of tools to help you monitor your components. Aftermath helps identify crashes, while Pix gives you an overview of graphics card performance.