Microsoft isn’t done fighting after the CMA decision to block its acquisition of Activision Blizzard moments before the deal was certified. Microsoft continues to close agreements with other companies focused on Cloud Gaming.
Today, Microsoft signed a 10-year agreement with the European Cloud Gaming platform Nware. Practically no one knows about Nwaret. So thanks to this agreement, we see that it is a Spanish company that offers a variety of games on the cloud servers.
Like GeForce NOW, this service allows you to run games from the best-known stores in the industry remotely on their servers. Among the accessible stores are Steam, the Epic Games Store, and Ubisoft Connect. This new agreement will give the platform access to Xbox games.
We know this platform is still in the Beta phase by entering the official website. Regarding prices, we are talking about a minimum subscription of 8.99 euros per month, with limitations, and for 10.99 euros per month, they give access to the Steam, Epic Games, or Ubisoft platforms.
About storage, access to 100GB of game storage is also given (but with loyalty points). If you make an annual payment of 99.99 euros (8.33 euros per month), the storage is expanded to 250 GB.
For these prices, we would expect much clearer and more concise information. As we can see, GeForce NOW offers access to 1080p games at 60 FPS at a discounted price of 29.99 euros for 6 months (€4.99 per month). They make it clear that you have access to GeForce GTX 4080. However, in the case of Nware, you don’t even know what GPU you are playing.
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