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Nvidia GeForce Now Adds PC Game Pass Titles: Deathloop, Grounded, No Man’s Sky, and Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord

Nvidia's cloud gaming platform, GeForce Now, is set to offer some PC Game Pass titles. Microsoft previously announced on Xbox Wire that they would be bringing PC Game Pass games to GeForce Now, and now the first round of titles is starting to roll out.

The initial lineup of PC Game Pass games on GeForce Now includes Deathloop, Grounded, No Man’s Sky, and Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord. These games will be available on Nvidia GeForce Now from Thursday, August 24. More titles from the PC Game Pass catalog will be added over time.

It's worth noting that this move to bring PC Game Pass games to a rival cloud gaming platform could be part of Microsoft's strategy to address the concerns of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in the United Kingdom. Microsoft is currently working with the CMA to resolve the regulatory concerns regarding cloud gaming. As part of their efforts, Microsoft recently proposed a revised deal to the CMA, which involves the divestment of Activision’s cloud gaming to Ubisoft.

This addition of popular titles to Nvidia GeForce Now will expand the gaming options for users of the cloud gaming service. Players will now have the opportunity to experience the highly anticipated Deathloop, explore the imaginative world of Grounded, venture into the vast universe of No Man’s Sky, and engage in epic battles in Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord.

Sources: Xbox Wire, Competition and Markets Authority.