Microsoft has partnered with Nvidia to expand the gaming experience by bringing Xbox PC Game Pass to GeForce Now. The collaboration includes new games and more.
Microsoft Store Now on GeForce Now
With the Xbox PC Game Pass now available on Nvidia GeForce Now, gamers can access Microsoft Store titles alongside Steam, Epic Games Store, and Ubisoft Connect. This includes Xbox Game Studios, Bethesda, Paradox, TaleWorld Entertainment, and Fatshark titles.
Microsoft Store isn’t simply being added to GeForce Now but will get direct integration. This means that gamers will now see a new Xbox button on compatible PC games. The update will enable users to play the games individually or from the Store if they hold an active Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or PC Game Pass subscription.
25 New Games in GeForce Now
Thanks to Microsoft and Nvidia teaming up, gamers gain access to four upcoming titles on GeForce Now. These include highly awaited launches like Alan Wake 2, Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty, PAYDAY 3, and Party Animals. Alongside these games, players can even enjoy 25 new games on the cloud service, like Doom 2016, Gears 5, Pentiment, No Man’s Sky, Stellaris, Blasphemous 2, Deathloop, Warhammer 40,000: Darktime, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, and many more.
Known publishers like Epic Games, CD Projekt Red, and Deep Silver also plan to bring some of their popular games to GeForce Now in the fall of this year. Nvidia and Microsoft’s move also arrives after the two entered into a 10-year agreement, which would allow Nvidia to license Xbox PC games for its GeForce Now platform.