Earlier this year, Microsoft entered into a 10-year agreement with Nvidia to bring Xbox's catalog of cloud titles to GeForce Now. Since then, all sorts of first-party games have been added to the streaming service.
In an update today, it's been announced Nvidia is rolling out its newest GeForce Now update which includes Xbox game account syncing. Here's a bit about it:
"Members can now connect their Xbox accounts to GeForce NOW to sync the games they own to their GeForce NOW library. Game syncing lets members connect their digital game store accounts to GeForce NOW, so all of their supported games are part of their streaming library. Syncing an Xbox account will also add any supported titles a member has access to via PC Game Pass — perfect for members taking advantage of the latest Ultimate bundle."
For a limited-time, players who sign up for six months of the GeForce Now Ultimate membership will also receive three free months of PC Game Pass.