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Nineteen Xbox Game Pass titles are available on GeForce Now, and more will be added

The Nvidia GeForce Now service now offers 19 Xbox Game Pass titles, with more to come, as part of their partnership with Microsoft to enhance their r...

Duncan Robertson Aug 25, 2023
Nineteen Xbox Game Pass titles are available on GeForce Now, and more will be added

The Nvidia GeForce Now service now offers 19 Xbox Game Pass titles, with more to come, as part of their partnership with Microsoft to enhance their respective services.

Nvidia has introduced the DLSS 3.5 technology for RTX 40-series GPUs, enabling players to enhance performance at lower resolutions and utilize the new Ray Reconstruction technology for smoother gameplay.

PC Game Pass subscribers can access GeForce Now compatible games by logging into their Microsoft and GeForce Now accounts. This provides a convenient way to enjoy Xbox titles through cloud streaming.

Nineteen Xbox Game Pass titles are now available on Nvidia's GeForce Now service, and more games will be added in the near future as the partnership between Nvidia and Microsoft aims to create more value for their respective services. These Xbox Game Pass titles are immediately accessible to users with an active PC Game Pass subscription.

During this week's Gamescom 2023, Nvidia unveiled its DLSS 3.5 technology for RTX 40-series GPUs. This advanced form of super-sampling technology allows players to enhance performance at lower resolutions. In addition, DLSS 3.5's new Ray Reconstruction technology supports intensive ray-tracing tasks in games, ensuring a comfortable level of performance without significant frame rate reduction. Nvidia also announced that PC gamers, upon subscribing to the PC Game Pass, can immediately access 19 GeForce Now compatible games. GeForce Now offers a variety of appealing RTX features supported through cloud streaming.

In a new blog post, Nvidia confirms that 19 Xbox Game Pass titles are now available on the GeForce Now cloud streaming service, with additional additions coming soon. These titles include Age of Empires 4: Anniversary Edition, Gears 5, Deathloop, No Man's Sky, and Valheim. To play these games, PC Game Pass subscribers need to first log into their Microsoft and GeForce Now accounts. Once they are in the GeForce Now application on PC, users simply need to find the "Xbox" store list under the title they want to play via the cloud. This note signifies that the Xbox title can be played through GeForce Now with an active PC Game Pass subscription. Here is the list of the 19 Xbox Game Pass games that have been added to GeForce Now:

Xbox Game Pass Games on GeForce Now

19 Xbox Game Pass Titles Are Available on GeForce Now, with More on the Way

  • Age of Empires: Definitive Edition
  • Age of Empires 3: Definitive Edition
  • Age of Empires 4: Anniversary Edition
  • Crusader Kings 3
  • Dead Cells
  • Deathloop
  • Gears 5
  • Grounded
  • Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord
  • No Man’s Sky
  • Pentiment
  • Quake
  • Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut
  • Stellaris
  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
  • Valheim
  • Warhammer 40,000: Darktide
  • Wolfenstein: Youngblood
  • Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus

Players who do not have an active PC Game Pass subscription can still play these titles after making a purchase in the Microsoft Store. According to Nvidia, additional Xbox Game Pass titles will be added to GeForce Now every month. Further details will be revealed in a future GFN Thursday blog post. These blog posts typically showcase a new round of titles being added to the GeForce Now service.

The collaboration between Nvidia and Microsoft is expected to be exciting for PC Game Pass subscribers who wish to try out GeForce Now for the first time. The partnership eliminates the entry barrier for cloud streaming by offering it as a benefit to PC Game Pass subscribers. However, players have the option to upgrade to a paid GeForce Now membership to access improved performance, maximum graphics quality, and additional RTX features.

Source: Nvidia