OnLive CEO Steve Perlman and COO Mike McGarvey have given out details on their streaming service set for launch in the US this June.
The number of titles on offer from day one would be "in the teens", the pair explained during their talk at GDC. Among those on offer would be new titles such as Mass Effect 2 and Dragon Age: Origins.
As reported earlier, the service is available for a subscription of US$15, however this doesn't cover the cost of games which will be offered on an à la carte basis.
McGarvey explained that OnLive expected the catalogue of titles to grow from fewer than 20 games on launch to "50 to 60" by the end of the year.