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Microsoft and Nvidia Bring PC Game Pass Titles to GeForce Now Streaming Service

Microsoft and Nvidia have partnered to make PC Game Pass titles available through the GeForce Now streaming service. The rollout will begin on Thursday, August 24th, with games such as Deathloop, Grounded, No Man's Sky, and Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord, with the full library being added over time.

Previously, only Xbox first-party titles were available on GeForce Now, but those were limited to the Steam / Epic Games Store versions. Nvidia has been working on integrating the Microsoft Store into its service, allowing for PC Game Pass titles to be played through GeForce Now.

This gradual rollout may be a response to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) decision affecting Xbox. In the UK, Ubisoft will now handle Xbox's cloud gaming efforts specifically for Activision Blizzard titles.

It is currently unknown when additional PC Game Pass titles will be available through GeForce Now. However, Microsoft and Nvidia are expected to continue announcing new additions as they become available on the service.

If you are a PC Game Pass subscriber and also use GeForce Now, you can look forward to accessing a wider range of games through the streaming service. Let us know if you are anticipating more additions to the PC Game Pass library on GeForce Now.

Definitions:
– PC Game Pass: a subscription service offered by Microsoft that provides access to a library of PC games.
– GeForce Now: a cloud gaming service provided by Nvidia that allows users to stream games onto various devices.

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