Microsoft & NVIDIA reach a historic agreement, Know all
Sarah Bond, corporate vice president of Xbox, has announced behind closed doors that Game Pass is coming to GeForce Now, but it will arrive in the next few months.
No one expected this news, but it seems that there are still more surprises today. The Xbox Showcase has ended and has left a multitude of promising announcements that have excited the community, but it is clear that no one can relax because at the slightest there is a bombshell that involves millions of players.
It turns out that at a door-to-door press conference in Los Angeles, Xbox executives are announcing more news. One of the most important comes from the words of Sarah Bond , corporate vice president of Xbox (via Tom Warren ). In this way, it will soon be possible to “play the PC Game Pass catalog on all devices compatible with NVIDIA GeForce Now .” In this way, we can enjoy both services on Mac, Chromebooks, mobile devices, televisions, less powerful computers and more to come, as confirmed on the official Microsoft website.
No further details of this collaboration have been shared at this time, but cloud gaming lovers will undoubtedly be delighted with this news. A priori, it can be expected that the GeForce Now subscription will not be included in the Game Pass subscription, nor vice versa. It is possible that if you are subscribed to the NVIDIA service you can access the video games that Microsoft includes in Xbox Game Pass . What is clear is that all this will be implemented in the coming months.
Phil Spencer confident of closing Activision Blizzard purchase
On this issue, the purchase of Activision Blizzard is very relevant since it has currently been approved in 40 countries , but there are 2 very important ones where it has been blocked. In any case, Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, has once again been optimistic about convincing regulators: “We are here to find solutions with regulators who have questions, and that is what we are actively doing. It is taking time, it is Carrying concentration, but I trust”, says the manager whose statements have been collected from Gamesradar.