Nvidia Grid, the company’s cloud gaming service, is now capable of streaming content in glorious 1080p, Full HD at 60 frames-per-second, the firm has confirmed.
Introduced through a new public beta, the 1080p Grid revamp gives a better representation of the service users can expect when formally launched later this month.
Grid, which will be exclusively available to owners of the Nvidia Shied games unit, currently supports more than 50 games, with new titles being added on a weekly basis.
Of this half century of titles, Nvidia has confirmed that “at least 35 of those games will be able to stream up to 1080p60” from day one.
Nvidia has recommended that those looking to make use of the 1080p content ensure they have an internet connection with download speeds of at least 30Mbps.
Related: Best Games 2015
Speaking during the company’s GDC 2015 press conference back in March, Nvidia revealed that Grid would launch to the masses later this month alongside the new Nvidia Shield set-top box/games console hybrid.
The company has pledged to have more than 100 games on the cloud service before the end of the year.