Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took the stage at the company’s CES 2017 keynote today, and brought with him the announcement of GeForce Experience Facebook Live streaming.
The GeForce Experience application, available to PC users with Nvidia GPUs, will be able to stream gameplay footage directly to Facebook Live, a growing live-streaming feature of the social media platform. Most recently, Facebook Live teamed up with Blizzard to allow direct Overwatch streaming.
We didn’t get any other details on the GeForce Experience update, but we did see some Mass Effect: Andromeda footage after the announcement. The short gameplay demo, running on the GeForce GTX 1080, showcased flamethrower action, skill trees, and live class-switching.
Nvidia also highlighted their new cloud-based gaming service, GeForce Now. Described as an on-demand service, the client will let players stream games on PCs and Macs, at the cost of $25 per 20 hours of play.