Nvidia will be rolling out some big improvements to the GeForce Experience next month. The free application, which includes features like DVR recording up to 4k resolution, automatically optimizing game settings, and streaming games to Shield devices through GameStream, will be getting some visual and usability upgrades, such as a gallery to help organize and edit video clips.
But perhaps the most exciting new feature is GameStream Co-Op, which will be going into early access beta next month. The feature allows a friend to remotely watch a real-time mirrored stream of your game, and then take control of your character when you need help getting through a tough area. They can also jump in with emulated couch co-op, or simply guide or cheer you on through the integrated voice chat.
All of the GeForce Experience features will be accessible through a new in-game overlay, accessible through hotkeys. The GeForce Experience upgrades come around the time of the recent announcement of the GeForce GTX 950, an inexpensive entry level video card that promises to support all the GeForce Experience features.
Steven Wong posted a new article, Nvidia GeForce Experience Adds GameStream Co-op and Other New Features Next Month
That's actually really cool.
I've been waiting for someone to do the streaming thing for otherwise "local" co-op games for a while now. Could be pretty awesome.
Even thought about trying to to trick steam in-home streaming into doing it but never got around to it.
They keep adding everything except a screenshot feature. I want to ditch Fraps already and that's the only thing holding me back.