After the 10-year deal with Nvidia, Microsoft announced that the Xbox PC Game Pass games will soon hit the NVIDIA GeForce NOW (Cloud Gaming Platform).
However, Only select games will be available on Geforce NOW. The incredible thing about it is that games will be available on that platform from the day they are launched.
Additionally, this agreement will assist Microsoft in acquiring Activision Blizzard, as competition won’t be able to monopolize against acquisition when you make all of your games available to the entire industry in the market.
“This will enable the PC Game Pass catalog to be played on any device that GeForce Now streams to, like low spec PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, mobile devices, TVs, and more, and we’ll be rolling this out in the months ahead,” says Joe Skrebels, Xbox Wire editor in chief, in a blog post.
This is why Microsoft has strengthened its partnership with NVIDIA by bringing all PC Game Pass titles to its platform. The release date has not yet been decided, despite it being predicted to occur this year.
GeForce NOW service is free, but only for one hour of gaming. For a subscription, you will have to pay $10 monthly for a session of 6 hours. This promises Ray Tracing, up to 1080p, with 60 frames per second and priority server access.
The GeForce NOW RTX 4080 is available for around $20 per month. With sessions lasting up to 8 hours, you can play at a resolution of up to 4K at 120 FPS. The cloud is a great way to play cheaply for individuals with a strong Internet connection who cannot afford a high-end computer.
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