Microsoft is putting Xbox games on GeForce Now in an attempt to win over regulators

Microsoft putting Xbox games on GeForce
Microsoft putting Xbox games on GeForce

If the Activision Blizzard deal is completed, Call of Duty titles will also be available on NVIDIA`s streaming service.

Microsoft and NVIDIA have agreed to a 10-year agreement to deliver Xbox titles to the GeForce Now streaming service.

Activision Blizzard titles, such as the Call of Duty series, will also be accessible on GeForce Now, according to Smith.

Smith’s introduction of GeForce Now comes just hours after confirming that Microsoft will offer Xbox games to Nintendo devices like the Switch under a formal 10-year arrangement — as well as Activision Blizzard titles if the merger is completed.

He stated that NVIDIA is now backing the Activision Blizzard transaction.

“This cooperation will help increase NVIDIA’s portfolio of titles to include games like Call of Duty, while providing creators with new methods to sell streaming games.

The arrangement will allow users to stream Microsoft’s games from the cloud practically everywhere they have a reliable internet connection.

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