Microsoft agrees to a 10-year partnership with NVIDIA and Nintendo
Microsoft Vice Chairman and President Brad Smith announced on February 20 (local time) that Nintendo and Activision Blizzard’s popular game “Call of Duty” will be available for 10 years at the same time as Xbox. He tweeted that he had signed a binding contract.
Also, on the 21st (local time), they announced on their official blog that they signed the same agreement with NVIDIA. In connection with this, not only Call of Duty games, but also Xbox PC games will be provided to NVIDIA’s cloud gaming platform “GeForce NOW” for 10 years. The deal will allow titles like Call of Duty to be played on GeForce NOW once Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard is complete.
MicrosoftThe acquisition of Activision Blizzard, announced in January 2022, has raised concerns from regulators in the United States, the European Union and Japan, and this 10-year deal will give Xbox a monopoly on popular titles like Call of Duty after the acquisition. He thinks the goal is to dispel fears that you might have.
Microsoft releases February 2023 preview updates
On February 21 (local time), Microsoft released the February Preview Update for Windows 10 and Windows 11. The update, called “C build” without security updates, can be applied manually as an optional update.
For Windows 11 21H2, in addition to introducing advanced auto-learning functionality for face recognition, changes have been added such as setting to grayscale when “invert” is selected in the color filter.
Note that Windows 10 20H2 and 21H2 will not receive preview updates (C builds) after March. These releases will only offer cumulative monthly security updates (B releases).
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