NVIDIA has recently released their new GeForce Experience 3.0 that was previously under beta testing process and allows gamers to share and optimize their games, along with updating NVIDIA drivers.
The new update comes with refined and polished design, enhanced features, giveaways of beta keys, game keys and hardware, embedded articles and guides, and much more. The recent update is also said to be the final version and can be downloaded from the GeForce webpage. GeForce Experience 3.0 is said to be 3 times speedier than the previous release and NVIDIA has reportedly made some major optimizations in the update that consumes lesser resources.
NVIDIA claims to have made the platform more user-friendly; that can clearly be seen in the new interface options like displaying the list of games on the homepage and choose to view them in thumbnail or detailed view that specifies and suggests optional settings. Also, users are now able to launch a game straight from the interface.
Users also have the accessibility to view games in each Game Ready driver from the drivers tab. To learn more about the experience visit GeForce.com.
There also have been major renovations in Shadow play and it now operates under a Share Overlay UI. The latest interface can be referred to as the best feature of the update which lets users bring up keys in the middle of the game and gives them the option of recording or broadcasting their gameplay and even optimize settings during the game which is certainly a new one.
GeForce experience 3.0 also comes with a gameplay recording feature at 60 FPS and up to 4K resolution. Users can enjoy the experience in both; full screen and windowed modes and can upload edited clips to Youtube, as well as lives stream to Twitch and YouTube Gaming at 1080p60, manipulate screenshots and upload them to Imgur without having to leave the game.
Users who are willing to have the GeForce Experience will have to register first via Gmail or a Facebook account. It might seem a little troublesome but it’s worth the prize which is the access to giveaways and graphic cards to game codes which NVIDIA plans on handing out frequently.