Nvidia’s game streaming service launches tomorrow for $7.99 a month

Nvidia’s game streaming service has a new name — and a price. The service, previously called Grid, was available as a free beta to Shield TV users, but starting October 1st the full version will launch with a new monthly subscription fee. Rebranded as Geforce Now, the streaming service will cost $ 7.99 per month, though the first three months will be free. Geforce Now will be available on the company’s Shield devices, including the new Android-powered Shield TV set-top box.

Like many streaming services, Nvidia describes Geforce Now as “the Netflix for games,” though at launch the library leaves quite a bit to be desired, with just over 50 titles available for streaming. In addition to that, however, users will also be able to buy some…

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