Microsoft PC Game Pass comes to NVIDIA’s GeForce Now service

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Microsoft and NVIDIA have entered into a partnership based on their game streaming. Game Pass members will now be able to stream PC games on the GeForce Now service. Thus, the PC Game Pass catalog can be played on any device that GeForce Now streams to, such as low-spec PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, mobile devices and TVs.

Previously, the companies announced that the Microsoft Store would come to GeForce Now for purchases. Additionally, Xbox games have already made their way to GeForce Now, starting with Xbox exclusive “Gears 5” last month.

In February, Microsoft and NVIDIA entered into a 10-year agreement to bring games to the GeForce Now service, including Activision Blizzard titles such as the “Call of Duty” series. Microsoft also signed a deal with Spain-based cloud gaming provider Nware in April, and has previously struck deals with Nintendo, Steam, NVIDIA, Boosteroid, Ubitus and EE to make its games available on those companies’ platforms.

Most of these articulations arose when Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard was discussed and regulators in Europe and the United States were reviewing the case. UK regulators blocked the deal over cloud concerns, saying it would give Microsoft the ability to retain a large catalog of games and thereby weaken competition.

The announced signature, therefore, may still stir up the analysis of regulatory bodies.

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