If you’re running a relatively modern gaming PC and decided to go with an NVIDIA card, you can look forward to some new features hitting the GeForce Experience software soon.

The biggest among these is probably the SharePlay-like feature, GameStream Co-op:

With GameStream Co-Op, your friends can simply watch you play in a low latency 1:1 stream, take control of your game with mirrored controls and help you with a tough boss fight in The Witcher 3, or play along-side you in supported multi-controller games like Trine 3, Gauntlet, FIFA 15, NBA 2K15, Mortal Kombat Komplete, and more.

You heard it right: Local co-op, remotely. The huge surge of local multiplayer games in the last couple of years has some life to it with this.

Alongside GameStream Co-op, features like the ability to upload recorded gameplay direct to YouTube and to edit recorded gameplay within the GeForce overlay. These features aren’t public yet – you have to be in the GeForce Experience beta to take part.

If you want access, Nvidia is asking you to pay attention to their early-access beta page, which should update sometime in September.