NVIDIA added five new features to its GeForce Experience software, which helps PC gamers get the most out of their GeForce hardware. NVIDIA added a new in-game overlay, which giving you access to new streaming, recording, and screengrabbing features. Next up, is the new Broadcast feature, which lets you instantly stream your gameplay to Twitch and YouTube, at 1080p 60 FPS. Recording gameplay is as easy as bringing up the overlay and clicking a button.
GameStream co-op, lets you stream your game across to a buddy over the Internet, who can take over your game in their web-browser, and get you through the level you’re stuck in, but in order this to work you need at least a 7 Mbps Internet connection on both ends for this to work. Lastly, in-home GameStream, which lets you stream your game to your living room TV, can now stream in glorious 4K Ultra HD, at 60 FPS, and with 5.1-channel audio. The “instant replay” feature lets you play back the past defined time period of gameplay as video. The new features go live with the GeForce 358.50 drivers, if you don’t see them, make GeForce Experience “check for updates.”