Calling it the Netflix for games, the Nvidia Geforce Now will bring an extensive library of PC games to Nvidia Shield tablets, portables and the Nvidia Android TV consoles. The Geforce Now library now hold more than 50 popular PC games, including some AAA titles as Batman Arkham series, LEGO games, The Witcher 3, Alan Wake, Metro, GRID racing games and more.
The Geforce Now will be available as a US $7.99 per month subscription service and stream those games in 1080p resolution at 60 frames per second.
According to Nvidia, Geforce Now membership will cost US $7.99 per month and will be free for the first three months. Nvidia says that the Geforce now will arrive to North America, the European Union and Japan on October 1st.