Microsoft and NVIDIA have partnered to bring Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda’s PC games to GeForce NOW, allowing players to stream their favorite titles without the need for a gaming PC or console. The partnership kicks off with Gears 5, with Deathloop, Grounded, and Pentiment set to follow on May 25.
The move is part of Microsoft’s long-term vision to make games accessible to everyone, regardless of the platform they own. Subscribers can stream PC blockbusters from Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda, purchased through Steam or the Epic Games Store, on various devices including PC, Mac, SHIELD TV, Android, Chromebook, and iOS Safari.
Microsoft’s partnership with NVIDIA ensures that players can always find a new and exciting game to play. The initial list of launch games spans Xbox Game Studios’ catalog, offering high-quality, addictive games for everyone, including single-player campaigns, story-driven adventures, and multiplayer modes.
The announcement marks a major milestone in Microsoft’s promise to bring more games to more people, as stated by Phil Spencer, head of Xbox. With Activision Blizzard also set to appear on GeForce NOW, it seems that NVIDIA is positioning itself as a major player in the cloud gaming arena.
Overall, the partnership between Microsoft and NVIDIA is set to offer greater accessibility to gamers worldwide and ensures that players can enjoy their favorite titles on the device of their choosing. It certainly looks like a win-win situation for both companies, with NVIDIA gaining access to a vast library of exciting new games, while Microsoft can expand its user base and make games more accessible to everyone.
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