Microsoft has announced that Xbox games will soon be available on Nvidia’s GeForce Now. This means that players will be able to stream Xbox games on any device that supports GeForce Now, including PCs, Macs, smartphones, and tablets.
GeForce Now is a cloud gaming service that allows users to play games on any device by streaming them from Nvidia’s servers. The service currently offers support for games from other platforms such as Steam and Epic Games Store. With this new announcement, Xbox games will be added to the list of supported titles.
This move is part of Microsoft’s continued efforts to make Xbox games more accessible to players. In addition to streaming on GeForce Now, Xbox games are already available on Xbox consoles, PC, and mobile devices through Xbox Game Pass.
The integration with GeForce Now will allow players who don’t have access to an Xbox console or a gaming PC to play Xbox games without the need for additional hardware. It also offers players the ability to play their favorite Xbox games on the go, without having to carry a console or gaming laptop.
The announcement comes as part of Nvidia’s GeForce Now Thursday event, which also saw the launch of several other new features and updates for the service. Nvidia also announced that it is expanding its cloud gaming servers to more regions, including Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.
The addition of Xbox games to GeForce Now is expected to be a major draw for the service, as it will give players access to a wide range of popular titles. The move is also a big win for Nvidia, as it will help the company to solidify its position as a leading player in the cloud gaming space.