Tech giant Microsoft announced on Sunday that it will soon allow Game Pass members to stream ‘’select’’ PC games through NVIDIA’s cloud gaming service GeForce NOW.
‘’This will enable the PC Game Pass catalog to be played on any device that GeForce NOW streams to, like low spec PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, mobile devices, TVs, and more, and we’ll be rolling this out in the months ahead,’’ the company said in a blog post.
‘’We’re excited by our future – to grow the industry, bring great new first-party titles every year, give partners more ways to deliver and access games and offer multiple ways to play all of them, wherever our players want to play. We are looking forward to going on this journey together with our community,’’ it added.
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The news comes months after Microsoft announced a 10-year partnership in February to bring its PC games to GeForce NOW members. Last month, the company debuted the service with several titles, including Gears 5, Deathloop, Grounded, and Pentiment.
The news comes at a time when Microsoft is trying to get approval from officials for its acquisition of Activision Blizzard for $69 billion. Partially thanks to its licensing deals with cloud streaming companies like NVIDIA, Boosteroid, and Ubitus, the proposed acquisition has recently been approved by EU regulators. However, it’s still being challenged by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) and the Federal Trade Commission of the United States.