Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, announced on Twitter today that Xbox has signed a 10-year deal with NVIDIA that will bring Xbox games for PC as well as Activision Blizzard games for PC (including Call of Duty) to the market. GeForce NOW.

This is of great importance to both parties. For NVIDIA, this is more supported games on the cloud gaming platform. More games, especially big games like Call of Duty, never hurt. For Xbox, this provides players with greater access to purchased games. With this support, GFN subscribers will be able to access their supported and native Xbox games wherever they are via the cloud. Pretty nice.

The only thing we need to keep an eye on is Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision. If this deal falls through, things could change, but Phil Spencer seems to think everything is going smoothly, so for now, so are we.

As for when all of this will be available, the press release says that Microsoft and NVIDIA will “work immediately” to integrate Xbox games for PC into GeForce NOW and then allow GeForce NOW members to stream the games they buy from the Windows Store. , including the third. Party games where the streaming rights have been granted by the publisher to NVIDIA.


// Microsoft


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