Microsoft is set to bring Xbox PC games to GeForce Now by Nvidia. This simply means that subscribers to Nvidia’s service will be getting more games to play wherever they are or go.
Microsoft Is Set To Bring Xbox PC Games to GeForce Now by Nvidia
Microsoft’s Xbox games are on their way to GeForce Now cloud gaming service by Nvidia.
Brad Smith, president of Microsoft on Tuesday spoke at a press conference about bringing over the PC games of the company to Nvidia’s platform. Smith was in Brussels meeting up with officials from the European Union to convince them in approving the $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft. CNBC earlier reported the deal with Nvidia.
Xbox Gaming CEO’s Tweet in Reaction to the Development
“We have signed a 10 year agreement with Nvidia that will allow GeForce Now players to stream Xbox PC games as well as Activision Blizzard PC titles, including COD, following the acquisition,” Phil Spencer, Xbox gaming CEO on Tuesday tweeted. “We’re committed to bringing more games to more people — however they choose to play.”
Nvidia Cloud Gaming Platform – GeForce Now
GeForce Now as you should know is the cloud gaming platform of Nvidia which allows players and subscribers to play over 1,500 PC games on multiple devices as well as in their cars. And now, making the jump to GeForce Now will be Xbox games that are designed naturally for PC such as the likes of Halo, Doom, and Fallout franchises.
Microsoft Still Faces Stern Opposition over Its Acquisition of Activision Blizzard
Microsoft however still faces stern opposition over its acquisition of Activision Blizzard. Regulators in the EU and US argue that the buy of another major publisher would hurt the completion available in the video gaming industry. And to help alleviate those very concerns, Microsoft has continued to make deals with other publishers in the industry and this includes a 10-year deal with Nintendo in bringing Call of Duty games to its consoles.