Three More Xbox Games Join Nvidia's GeForce Now Library This Week
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As part of the ongoing partnership between Xbox and Nvidia GeForce Now, three more Xbox Game Studios titles have today been added to the service.

This includes Playground's Forza Horizon 4, Forza Horizon 5 and Minecraft Dungeons by Mojang and Double Eleven. These games arrive alongside 10 other titles, including Tin Hearts and Flashback 2.

Forza Horizon 4 + 5:

"Stream every turn at GeForce quality on nearly any device and max out image resolution thanks to the cloud. Ultimate members can get in gear at up to 4K resolution and 120 frames per second for the most realistic driving experience."

Minecraft Dungeons:

"Stream it on an Ultimate and Priority account for longer gaming sessions and faster access to GeForce RTX-powered servers. Venture forth across devices and play it on the big screen with NVIDIA SHIELD TV or on Samsung and LG smart TVs for the ultimate couch co-op experience."

These regular Microsoft game drops on Nvidia's service follow the pair entering into a 10-year agreement earlier this year to bring Xbox's catalog of cloud titles to GeForce Now. Last month, an update was also rolled out which included support for Xbox game account syncing. You can learn more about it in our previous coverage:

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