Microsoft confirmed at a press conference today that it will bring the Xbox PC game library to Nvidia’s GeForce NOW in the future. This is a cloud game streaming service platform built by Nvidia, Nvidia aims to allow more games to join GeForce NOW to attract more gamers.
Meanwhile, hours after the meeting in Brussels, Microsoft went on to confirm that it had signed a 10-year deal with Nintendo that involved bringing the Call of Duty franchise to their platform. It is understood that Microsoft may want to reach an agreement with both Nintendo and Nvidia to shake the opinion of regulators on Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard. After all, since Microsoft announced the acquisition of Activision Blizzard, it has been under review by regulators.
Nvidia’s GeForce NOW cloud gaming service currently allows gamers to play for free for 1 hour. Players can play any game supported on GeForce NOW during free time, and now with the Xbox PC game library and optional Game Pass, Nvidia’s cloud gaming service will get a lot of attention in the future.
At the same time, Microsoft also confirmed that all Xbox games that can be played on PC are now available on GeForce NOW. In addition, after the Xbox PC game library is successfully launched on GeForce NOW, it may bring back the Call of Duty franchise that was withdrawn in 2020. After the launch, it is expected that the number of players in the COD series will exceed 150 million.
At present, Nvidia has provided GeForce NOW services in cities such as San Jose, Los Angeles, Dallas, and Frankfurt, and will add more cities in succession. GeForce NOW has 1 hour of free play time, and you can also become a member of GeForce NOW Ultimate. The cost is $20 per month.