Project Shield demo shows Borderlands 2 going handheld

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 7 February 2013 02:27 GMT

A new video of Nvidia’s handheld console, Project Shield, shows a very impressive portable version of Borderlands 2.

Project Shield boasts a Tegra 4 processer, and streams games from your PC. As such you’re probably not going to be able to enjoy triple-A performance like this while you’re on the bus, but bio breaks are certainly feasible.

Announced at CES 2013, Project Shield has not been dated or priced. Developers seem keen.

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