Project Shield Plays Borderlands 2

on February 5, 2013 10:42 AM

Nvidia has released a new video demoing the capabilities of Project Shield in regards to playing games off of a PC. The game used to show off what this handheld system is capable of was Borderlands 2.

Project Shield makes use of Android Jelly Bean and is able to connect to a computer with a GeForce GTX 680 graphics card installed. The handheld is able to search for and connect to a computer with simply the press of a button and showed the game running at a full 60fps.

Gamers looking for a unique handheld that capitalizes on Android and a PC will want to keep an eye out for more information and check out the video below.

 /  Staff Writer
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