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Nvidia Shield update lets you stream PC games to your TV in 1080p

03
Dec
2013

When Nvidia released the October software update for its Shield handheld, it said that the ability to stream PC games at 1080p and 60 frames per second was coming — and now its finally here. The handhelds December update brings the ability to stream 1080p, 60 fps PC games to your television using the devices console mode and an ethernet connection; previously the Shield could stream PC games smoothly at 720p. And a number of big titles already officially support the feature — you can play new releases like Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag and Battlefield 4, as well as slightly older titles like Bioshock Infinite and Borderlands 2, while Nvidia says that more officially supported games will be added weekly.

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