Notebookcheck Logo

Nvidia's GRID will soon be home to 40 game titles

Nvidia recently announced that GRID, the company's on-demand game streaming service, will soon be home to 40 gaming titles. Three new games will be added in the next few weeks: Saints Row IV, Alan Wake, and Metro Last Light Redux

Back in November 2014 when Nvidia launched the GRID on-demand gaming service, users could choose from some 20 titles, with the company promising to bring more titles to the service in the future. True to its word, Nvidia has since added multiple games to GRID, with new titles added each Tuesday. Some of the titles that reached GRID since the launch of the service include Batman: Arkham Origins, Psychonauts, a few LEGO games, Stacking, or Revolver 360 RE: Actor. The last game that Nvidia added to GRID was Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, a game which was made available last week.

Leading up to the 2015 edition of the Games Developer Conference - an event scheduled to take place between March 2 and March 6 - Nvidia will add three new games to the GRID service, thus expanding the list to 40 titles, double the number of games that the service held four months ago when it launched.

Today, on February 17, Nvidia added Saints Row IV, the sequel to Saints Row: The Third, a game which is also available on GRID. Next week, on February 24, Nvidia will launch Alan Wake, one of the most popular and critically acclaimed games of 2010. Title number 40 will be Metro Last Light Redux, a game that will be launched on GRID on March 3rd. Interestingly, Nvidia has scheduled an event for the same day when the GRID service reaches 40 available titles. Rumors suggest that Nvidia could use the event to announce a new Nvidia Shield tablet based on the Tegra X1 chipset.


Nvidia (Press Release)

static version load dynamic
Loading Comments
Comment on this article
Please share our article, every link counts!
> Notebook / Laptop Reviews and News > News > News Archive > Newsarchive 2015 02 > Nvidia's GRID will soon be home to 40 game titles
Mihai Andrici, 2015-02-17 (Update: 2015-02-17)