Launched back in November last year, Nvidia GRID game streaming service has become rather interesting, extending its library to over 50 different PC game titles, including some rather interesting ones like Batman: Arkham Origins, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, Moto GP14, GRID 2, DIRT 3, Alan Wake and others.
While originally meant to be free until the end of June this year, Nvidia has first bumped the date to end of July and now to September, at least according to the official Nvidia GRID website.
In addition to streaming games from the Cloud, you can also stream games from your own PC with GameStream, as long as it is on a list of GameStream-optimized games and you have a Geforce GTX GameStream-capable graphics card (anything above Geforce GTX 650 should work).
In case you haven't tried Nvidia GRID streaming service yet and you own a Shield device, you should try it out as it is definitely worth it. Nvidia did not give out any details regarding the delay in launching the full paid GRID service.