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21 Xbox PC Game Pass games come to Nvidia's GeForce Now

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As long-promised, Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming service just added something worth getting excited about. You can now stream 21 Xbox Game Pass games through Nvidia’s servers, with Microsoft joining Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect, Gog.com, EA, and others on GeForce Now.

This means that subscribers to Microsoft’s Xbox PC Game Pass ($9.99/month) can now also play various PC games included in the subscription directly via GeForce Now. Microsoft itself also offers a cloud gaming service for Game Pass subscribers, but only for the Xbox versions of the games. GeForce Now, on the other hand, offers the PC versions.

Further reading: Xbox Game Pass Ultimate tip: Get 2 years of access for dirt cheap

The Xbox Game Pass games on GeForce Now

The following PC games are now playable in GeForce Now via an Xbox PC Game Pass subscription, with more to follow over the coming weeks and months:

Age of Empires Definitive EditionAge of Empires III Definitive EditionAge of Empires IV Anniversary EditionCrusader Kings IIIDead CellsDeathloopGears 5GroundedMount & Blade II: Bannerlord No Man’s SkyPentimentQuakeShadowfall DragonfallStellarisThe Texas Chain Saw MassacreValheim: Hildir’s RequestWarhammer 40.000 DarktideWolfenstein: YoungbloodWolfenstein: Youngblood (International Edition)Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (International Edition)

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In addition, as of this week, the following games are also playable via GeForce Now once you have purchased them on Steam. The number of games supported by GeForce Now is now at 1,696 games:

WrestleQuestJumplight OdysseyBlasphemous 2RIDE 5

GeForce Now

GeForce NowRead our reviewPrice When Reviewed:Free tier I Priority tier ($9.99/mo or $49.99/6 mo) I Ultimate tier ($19.99/mo or $99.99/6 mo)Best Prices Today:9.99 at Nvidia

This article was translated from German to English and originally appeared on pcwelt.de.

Panagiotis “Takis” Kolokythas schreibt seit über 20 Jahren News, Ratgeber und Tipps zu fast allen IT-Themen.

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