Nvidia Shield owners will be able to stream games to their handheld devices from the cloud starting next week, the company announced Thursday.

A streaming service called Grid will launch on Nov. 18 in the United States, and will offer users of the Nvidia Shield handheld gaming device a library of 20 titles at launch. All the games will be free to stream until June 30, 2015.

The Nvidia Shield, which debuted in Oct. 2013, is an Android-powered handheld device that plays any game from that ecosystem with a connected controller but can also stream games from powerful PCs running Nvidia graphics cards. The Grid streaming service will allow Shield owners to not need a PC to enjoy the same quality game, the company said. …

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