NVIDIA just released the GeForce Experience 3.0 and it's better than ever. NVIDIA gave it a major overhaul that all GeForce Experience fans will definitely look forward to.
Just before NVIDIA released the GeForce Experience 3.0, the GeForce GTX 1070 made rounds on the internet as NVIDIA's best-selling gaming GPU. This time around, NVIDIA's games have followed the steps of other games in the console market where users who wish to play the game are required to sign up through Facebook and Google. Although, if the user wishes not to connect the game to any of his social media accounts, they can always set up from NVIDIA's own account service.
NVIDIA GeForce Experience 3.0 Driver Releases
NVIDIA's account set up used to be directly tied to driver releases for the game. About a year ago, NVIDIA announced that they will be creating a driver portal where GeForce Experience users can access new driver releases. In order for users to access the portal, they are required to register - no ifs, no buts.
Apparently, the driver portal will no longer come to fruition as NVIDIA has decided to issue their new releases through a web page even though users no longer have to worry about this since all the driver updates have already been integrated to the GeForce Experience, PC worlds reports.
NVIDIA GeForce Experience New Look And New Features
GeForce Experience 3.0 got a makeover and some new features along with it. NVIDIA gave the GeForce Experience a new look by redesigning the user interface and adding updated features such as GeForce optimization plus quick and automatic configuration of the game. Now, the GeForce Experience 3.0 runs a lot faster than it used to and it only uses 50 percent of the memory.
According to Windows Central, few of its many additional features is the game's ability to allow its players to record gameplay at 60fps and at up to 4K full screen. Players can broadcast their recorded game to their friends, and they can also hand over the control to other players of the game as well. While this sounds promising, this feature is still considered experimental.