Microsoft and Nvidia have announced that PC Game Pass titles via the Microsoft Store will soon start rolling out to the GeForce Now streaming service. The rollout begins with Deathloop, Grounded, No Man's Sky and Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord on Thursday, August 24th - with the full library to be added to the service over time.
Back in May, the first batch of Xbox first party titles was added to GeForce Now, but those were the Steam / Epic Games Store versions because Nvidia was still working on integrating the Microsoft Store into its service. As that work continues, more and more PC Game Pass titles will be playable through GeForce Now.
The slow rollout here definitely feels like a play to the CMA, who today affected a pretty major decision over at Xbox. The team announced that here in the UK, Ubisoft will be handling Xbox's cloud gaming efforts in regards to Activision Blizzard titles.
For now, we don't know when any other PC Game Pass titles will become available through GeForce Now, but we'd expect Microsoft and Nvidia to continue announcing these additions as and when they come to the service.