Last month, Nvidia teased some GeForce Experience Share features, and now you can try them out for yourself. An "early access beta" of the GeForce Experience software with streaming, remote co-op, and video editing features is available for download today.
Since this is a beta release, Nvidia is looking for feedback. An reporting tool in the GeForce Experience allows users to attach screenshot and tell Nvidia about any problems. The company also has a resource page including an FAQ, game compatibility list, and troubleshooting guide to help players get started.
Most of the games on the compatibility list support GameStream Co-op for passing control back and forth between players. Only games that normally support local co-op, such as DiRT Showdown, Lego Marvel Super Heroes, and Ultra Street Fighter IV, will support multiple controllers, though.
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