Microsoft and Nvidia are expanding their cloud gaming collaboration: PC Game Pass is coming to GeForce Now later this week. In addition, games purchased from the Microsoft Store can also be played on GeForce Now.
And in February, Nvidia and Microsoft entered into a 10-year partnership under which Microsoft will bring its games to the GeForce Now cloud platform. Gears 5, Deathloop, Grounded, and Pentiment were the first games released in May, with one painful exception: If you bought the games from the Microsoft Store, you won’t be able to play them on GeForce Now.
Now we find out the reason for this, at first glance, incomprehensible exception: a “big” solution was invented, namely the integration of PC Game Pass into GeForce Now. In addition, all Microsoft games purchased from the Microsoft Store will be available in GeForce Now in the future.
It starts this week. The integration will begin on August 24, but the games will take some time to “prepare”. So not all games will be visible at once, and the library will fill up gradually.
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