Already on Tuesday, Nvidia Shield tablet owners will be able to install the latest version of the Android 5.0 Lollipop mobile operating system on their toys. Nvdia has just confirmed the update date, while also announcing that its owners will also receive Half-Life 2: Episode One.
Android 5.0 Lollipop is starting to appear on smartphones, so it could not run out of tablets. As of November 18, the Nvidia Shield will also be updated with a tablet designed for PC gamers.
The new Android will be available in a package with an optimized Tegra K1, Half-Life 2: Episode One, as well as a brand-new GRID service, which is a digital store offering tablet owners the ability to purchase more than 20 titles from the highest shelf.
GRID will start operations in North America this month, while in Europe it will start in December, while the Asians will have to wait until next year. At the beginning we will find in it some suggestions like Batman: Arkham City, Borderlands 2 and Psychonaut, and each week will be added more games.
Once installed, Shield owners will be able to use the new Material Design interface, and experience overall device performance and performance improvements. The device will therefore be more comfortable to use, and the game will run more smoothly.