// Ars Technica
Starting today, Nvidia has enabled 1080p 60 FPS streaming from its Grid cloud gaming service. To use the new mode, you need to be part of the public Shield Hub beta group, have a Shield device, and at least a 30Mbps connection to the Internet.
For the moment, around 35 Grid games support 1080p60 streaming, with Nvidia promising that rest (another 14 at the moment) will get a resolution bump after a server-side hardware refresh. Nvidia won't say what that hardware refresh entails, but did confirm that its servers would be using the same Kepler-based Grid GPUs.
Grid streaming remains free until June 30, after which Nvidia will offer a paid-for premium tier in addition to the free service. While Nvidia still won't spill the beans on exactly what the premium tier gets you, or how much it'll cost, we can confirm that 1080p streaming will not require a premium subscription.