Xbox PC Game Pass now available on Nvidia GeForce Now

With Microsoft Store integration, members can stream select titles from the Xbox PC Game Pass catalog on the Nvidia Geforce Now cloud gaming platform.

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Earlier this year, Nvidia and Microsoft announced a 10-year partnership to bring Xbox PC titles to the Nvidia GeForce Now cloud gaming service. Now, Nvidia has added the Microsoft Store integration to the GeForce Now to let gamers stream select titles from the Xbox PC Game Pass catalog on the GeForce Now cloud gaming platform.

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“Give a warm welcome to the Microsoft Store on GeForce NOW. It joins digital platforms Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect, and others in the cloud. Experience it today with hit Xbox PC games from Xbox Game Studios, Bethesda, and other top publishers recently added to GeForce NOW, like Fatshark, Paradox, and TaleWorld Entertainment,” the company said in a blog post.

With this integration, Geforce Now members can access select PC Game Pass titles via the Microsoft Store through an active Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or PC Game Pass subscription. To play these games on the Geforce Now, members will see a new Xbox button on the supported PC titles and can easily launch them on their devices.

Moreover, GeForce Now is adding 25 new games to its streaming service this week, including DOOM 2016 from Bethesda. Here is the list of games that are joining GeForce Now this week.

  • WrestleQuest (New release on Steam, Aug. 21)
  • Jumplight Odyssey (New release on Steam, Aug. 21)
  • Blasphemous 2 (New release on Steam, Aug. 24)
  • RIDE 5 (New release on Steam, Aug. 24)
  • Age of Empires: Definitive Edition (Xbox)
  • Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition (Xbox)
  • Age of Empires IV: Anniversary Edition (Xbox)
  • Crusader Kings III (Xbox)
  • Dead Cells (Xbox)
  • Deathloop (Xbox)
  • Doom 2016 (Steam)
  • Gears 5 (Xbox)
  • Grounded (Xbox)
  • Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord (Xbox)
  • No Man’s Sky (Xbox)
  • Pentiment (Xbox)
  • Quake (Xbox)
  • Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut (Xbox)
  • Stellaris (Xbox)
  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (Xbox)
  • Trackmania (Steam)
  • Valheim (Xbox)
  • Warhammer 40,000: Darktide (Xbox)
  • Wolfenstein: Youngblood (Xbox)
  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (Xbox)

Nvidia GeForce Now is available in select markets and comes in three membership tiers- free, Priority, and Ultimate. Free members get access to a basic rig and standard access to the gaming servers with an hour of session length. On the other hand, GeForce Now Ultimate members can stream games at up to 4K resolution and 240 fps with up to eight hours of session length. GeForce Now also supports ray tracing, DLSS, and Reflex for enhanced visuals and gameplay.

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Partnership will bring blockbuster lineup of Xbox games, including 'Minecraft' and Activision titles like 'Call of Duty,' to NVIDIA GeForce NOW cloud gaming service.

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This is not Game pass though, meaning you’ll have to own the games if you want to play on GeForce now

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