Microsoft has started offering its games to Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service. Gears 5 is the first of many Xbox Game Studios games added to the service, with more games like Deathloop, Grounded, and Pentiment to follow on May 25th. Read on to learn more about the expansion of the partnership between Microsoft and Nvidia and future plans for the cloud game library.
- Microsoft is adding its games to Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service
- Gears 5 is the first of many Xbox Game Studios games coming to the service
- Deathloop, Grounded, and Pentiment will follow on May 25th
- Currently, the GeForce Now library includes more than 1,600 games
- New titles are added every Thursday
Partnership between Microsoft and Nvidia
The collaboration between Microsoft and Nvidia was first announced in February this year. The goal of this collaboration is to provide greater access to gamers who want to access Microsoft Xbox and Bethesda PC titles via GeForce Now. The expansion of the cloud gaming offering gives gamers more flexibility in their gaming choices and the ability to enjoy the latest titles without the expensive hardware requirements.
The ability to play Xbox games on Nvidia’s GeForce Now is exciting news for many gamers. But that’s just the beginning: more games will be added to GeForce Now in the near future. Deathloop, Grounded, and Pentiment have already been announced for May 25th.
Activision Blizzard on GeForce Now?
Along with the confirmed titles, there is a chance that Activision Blizzard games will also be added to its cloud gaming service, if Microsoft’s proposed acquisition is approved by regulators. This could mean that fan favorites like Call of Duty, Overwatch, and World of Warcraft could become part of GeForce Now and be made available to a broader player base.
GeForce Now library
GeForce Now is an advanced cloud gaming service that currently offers over 1,600 games including titles like Tin Hearts and The Outlast Trials. New games are added to the library every Thursday, constantly expanding the variety of offerings.
Integrating Xbox Game Studios titles into Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service is an exciting move for both Microsoft and Nvidia. As the game library continues to expand, gamers can look forward to hours of fun playing their favorite titles without expensive hardware upgrades or platform limitations.
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