Microsoft and Nvidia reportedly signed a 10-year-long agreement back in February. This means that Xbox PC games will now start to land on Nvidia GeForce Now.
Microsoft and Nvidia 10-Year-Long Agreement
The first and initial Xbox game to arrive on Nvidia’s cloud gaming service known as GeForce Now is the latest installment of the Gears of War franchise, Gears 5, Microsoft on Thursday made the announcement. Subscribers of GeForce Now can play the sci-fi shooter starting today. The tech giant also stated that the games Deathloop, Grounded, and Pentiment will find their way to the cloud gaming service in a week’s time from now, on May 25 to be precise, with many more games to come in the near future.
Xbox Games Are Now On Nvidia GeForce Now
The release of Xbox games on Nvidia GeForce Now is part of a 10-year agreement that was signed by Microsoft and Nvidia back in February. Phil Spencer, Xbox Gaming CEO tweeted at the time that the agreement will let players of GeForce Now to stream Xbox PC games. Spencer also revealed that Activision Blizzard games, such as Call of Duty, would however be available on GeForce Now following the acquisition of the studio by Microsoft.
What to Expect With the Agreement
Nvidia GeForce Now allows subscribers to play over 1,500 PC games on multiple devices, and this is included in their cars, with plans that range in price from free to $20 per month. The review of GeForce Now by CNET found that the cloud gaming service can however get expensive if you opt for the top subscription tier and plan, but on the other hand, it is worth it for people with a vast collection of games who want to be able to play them across devices. More Xbox games, s you should know such as Halo, Doom, and Fallout series, are all expected to arrive on the GeForce Now platform in the future.
What Xbox Has To Say about the New Development
“This is the first in a series of partnerships we’re activating to make our PC games available to players globally through a variety of cloud gaming services, starting with Nvidia GeForce Now, and with Boosteroid, Ubitus, EE, and Nware in the future,” Corporate vice president of Xbox, Sarah Bond in a blog post revealed. “We remain committed to releasing current titles from Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda, and future Activision Blizzard PC games once Microsoft’s acquisition closes.”
Is Nvidia Partnered With Microsoft
Yes, they are in a ten-year-long partnership, and if you have been following up with the content of this post, then you should have known the answer to this. Today, Nvidia announced a collaboration with Microsoft. The said collaboration in question will provide hundreds of millions of Microsoft enterprise users with access to powerful industrial AI and metaverse supercomputing resources though the cloud amongst many other perks.
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