Microsoft Will Bring Its Xbox PC Games to NVIDIA’s Streaming Service

NVIDIA's Streaming Service

The partnership between Microsoft and NVIDIA is aimed at expanding the availability of Xbox games on streaming platforms, with the popular Call of Duty franchise being one of the major titles to be included. The move is seen as a way to address concerns that Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard could lead to the company locking down franchises such as Call of Duty and Overwatch to the Xbox platform.

NVIDIA’s GeForce Now streaming service has seen significant growth since its launch in 2020, with 25 million subscribers currently using the platform to stream games. With the addition of Xbox’s PC library and Call of Duty franchise to the service, NVIDIA expects to further expand its user base.

Both NVIDIA and Google have acknowledged the potential for Microsoft to grow in markets such as PC and cloud gaming as a result of the Activision Blizzard acquisition. NVIDIA has also expressed its support for the acquisition, stating that the partnership with Microsoft “delivers the increased choice to gamers” and resolves any concerns the company had with the merger.

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