As part of Nvidia and Microsoft collaboration, Xbox PC games will be added to the GeForce Now library in the near future. It is stated that the cooperation will expand further in the new period.
The Nvidia GeForce Now platform, which has become a leader in cloud gaming, continues to make important collaborations. After libraries such as Epic Games and Steam, Xbox PC games will also take their place on the platform.
Nvidia and Microsoft Collaboration
According to the statement made by Microsoft, Xbox PC games will be added to the GeForce Now library in the near future as part of the cooperation with Nvidia. You will now be able to play many productions such as Call of Duty and Diablo over the cloud.
Since GeForce Now works based on the library, there is no information about what the Game Pass subscription will be. In other words, you need to have purchased Xbox PC games to play on GeForce Now. On the other hand, it is stated that Microsoft, whose Activision-Blizzard acquisition move has been the subject of many reviews, wants to show that it is sharing with this move.