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NVIDIA’s GeForce Now Adds Support for Xbox PC Games Pass

NVIDIA's cloud gaming service, GeForce Now, has officially integrated support for Microsoft Xbox PC Games Pass. Subscribers of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or PC Game Pass can now access a selection of games from the service on GeForce Now.

According to a blog post by NVIDIA, members will now see a new Xbox button on supported PC games. They can seamlessly launch these titles across their devices if they have purchased the standalone games through the Microsoft Store or have an active Xbox Game Pass subscription.

Currently, there is a limited selection of Xbox PC Game Pass titles available on GeForce Now. Some of the games included are Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, Gears 5, No Man’s Sky, Quake, and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. However, there are known issues with certain Microsoft game titles on GeForce Now, which can be checked on their support page.

NVIDIA has also added several games this week that are not part of Xbox PC Game Pass. These include WrestleQuest, Jumplight Odyssey, Blasphemous 2, RIDE 5, Doom 2016, and Trackmania.

Furthermore, NVIDIA has announced that major upcoming games will be added to GeForce Now on the same day of their release. Some of the highly anticipated titles include Alan Wake 2 (October 27), Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty (September 26), and Payday 3 (September 21).

As NVIDIA expands its support for Xbox PC Game Pass and adds new games to GeForce Now, gamers will have even more options to enjoy their favorite titles across various devices.

– GeForce Now: NVIDIA's cloud gaming service that allows subscribers to stream and play games on various devices.
– Xbox PC Games Pass: A subscription service by Microsoft that provides access to a library of PC games.
– Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: A subscription tier of Xbox Game Pass that includes access to games on both Xbox consoles and PC.

– NVIDIA Blog Post: [Source URL] – Microsoft Game Titles Support Page: [Source URL]