Yesterday, it was revealed that Nvidia's GeForce Now service had begun supporting the Microsoft Edge browser on Xbox, meaning it is now possible to play PC games on Xbox via the power of cloud streaming.

Since then, eager Xbox owners have been trying it out for themselves with the free 'Basic' tier of subscription, including with games such as New World, League of Legends, Kena: Bridge of Spirits and much more. You can see some of these in the tweets below, as well as in the YouTube video above.

So, what's the verdict? It seems Nvidia GeForce Now is working pretty well on Xbox if you have a good and reliable internet connection, although there are a few caveats. For now, the virtual keyboard isn't always appearing when it should for entering account details, and playing games that require a mouse and keyboard isn't really the best experience due to a doubled-up mouse pointer (and the virtual keyboard sometimes showing up unexpectedly).

If you want to give it a try for yourself, we've prepared a guide to help you get started with Nvidia GeForce Now on Xbox, which simply requires you to sign up for a free account and start playing. Let us know how you get on!

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