Posted January 09, 2018

"Indeed, Nvidia claims Freestyle is mostly meant to serve as an outlet for creativity, citing examples like "[creating] a retro war-themed filter for your favorite FPS or [enhancing] color and contrast to make a game look more photorealistic" as possible uses for the new feature. Add in depth of field, sepia, or a total of 15 other filters for 38 different settings at launch? Dubbed GeForce Now, the service will let you stream PC games to your PC or Mac from the cloud, utilizing the power of high-performance GeForce GTX graphics cards. Nvidia's GeForce Now cloud gaming service gives users a way to experience high-resolution, speedy graphics without shelling out all of the coin for a proper gaming PC.

Also making its way into GeForce experience is a new Freestyle feature which brings a range of Instagram-style picture effects that can "change the look and mood of your game with tweaks to color or saturation, or apply dramatic post-process filters". For example, you can create a retro war-themed filter for your favorite FPS or enhance color and contrast to make a game look more photorealistic. The colorblind and night mode, which reduces the blue tint for an easier time when you sleep, might be the most beneficial of all the modes, honestly.

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As Nvidia explains in a blog post, with GeForce Now, PC and Mac owners can stream games in 1080p at up to 120 frames per second on the wimpiest of machines.

We've integrated Freestyle at the driver level for seamless compatibility with games. So far, Freestyle supports 100 games, and it'll likely get even more come its official release.

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Provides the optimal gaming experience for Fortnite, including support for ShadowPlay Highlights in Battle Royale mode. Additionally, we're announcing support for two new Highlights titles, including Crossout and Elex.

The new Freestyle game filters and Ansel photo mode features will be available in beta on January 9. Just be sure to run the latest version of GeForce Experience and the Game Ready Drivers, enable Experimental Features, and you're all set.

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There will even be a color blind mode for those who find themselves unable to play certain games because its coloring makes it too hard to differentiate different aspects of the game's aesthetics.

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