Nvidia has launched the company's GeForce Experience Share in beta. Players in-game will now be able to invite friends to either join up cooperatively, or take the helm altogether and focus on beating the game. Nvidia's suite also packs in streaming functionality and easy upload features to really get social with your recorded footage.
The company announced on the official blog the latest beta, which includes the new ways to share gameplay. Be it taking advantage of friends for aid or streaming to thousands of viewers online, it's a neat addition to Nvidia's arsenal of tools.
Interested in giving Experience Share a go? Head to Nvidia's GeForce Experience website for download links.
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