One of the most powerful names in the gaming world, Microsoft has taken an important step to bring PC Game Pass games to more people. The company, which made a great impression in the industry by purchasing Activision Blizzard, is now going into a partnership with Nvidia.
Microsoft will bring PC Game Pass games to its Nvidia GeForce Now service
Microsoft gave good news to Nvidia users. Xbox PC games will now be playable on Nvidia's GeForce Now streaming service. Sarah Bond, head of Xbox creator experience, announced this news. Bond made the following statements in his statement:
You will be able to play your PC Game Pass catalog on any device powered by Nvidia GeForce Now. This will work on any device from the PC Game Pass catalog that GeForce Now streams, such as low-spec PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, mobile devices, TVs, and more.
In other words, with this agreement, it is for GeForce Now subscribers. PC Game Pass Includes subscription. Actually, this deal is not a surprise. Microsoft signed a 10-year deal with NVIDIA earlier this year to bring Xbox PC games to GeForce NOW.
On the other hand, this agreement was signed as part of the Activision Blizzard acquisition. At the beginning of 2022, Microsoft's attempt to buy Activision Blizzard for $ 69 billion had a bomb effect in the gaming world. After this move, while the shares of other companies in the sector decreased, many companies and countries objected to this agreement. Three important review processes have begun.
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Last month, the European Union (EU) commission approved the purchase. In the statement regarding the approval, it was said that the deal could hurt the fast-growing cloud gaming industry, but that the concessions the company made were enough to ease antitrust concerns.
One of the mentioned commitments was this agreement. Microsoft's promises for the deal include a 10-year commitment that allows it to play its games on any cloud gaming service. The company has also pledged not to degrade the quality or content of its games offered on competing streaming platforms.