Xbox PC games coming to GeForce Now service, thanks to Microsoft and Nvidia deal

Nvidia and Microsoft have worked out a partnership that will see Xbox PC games coming to the GeForce Now gaming livestream service. 

Announced on Nvidia’s official blog (opens in new tab), the partnership is part of a 10-year deal that will see games on third-party services like Steam or Epic Games Store end up on the cloud service. The post also shares the very first games that will be available on the Windows Store. Currently, support for Halo, Minecraft, and Elder Scrolls is being worked on now, while titles like Call of Duty and Overwatch will be brought over if Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision goes through.