Yes, There's A Way To Play World Of Warcraft On Your Xbox Console

So, over the weekend we were contacted a couple of times by Pure Xbox members about a video that was doing the rounds on Reddit. In this video, an Xbox owner was shown playing World of Warcraft on their console.

How is this possible? Well, we've talked about it before (albeit a few years ago), and it's all thanks to the Nvidia GeForce Now service. With GeForce Now, you can play loads and loads of PC games on your console, including WoW.

Before you ask, there is a free way to do this, although you're limited to one-hour sessions and you don't get the benefits of the Priority and Ultimate tiers (such as improved performance and premium servers). However you choose to play, you can access GeForce Now on your Xbox through the Microsoft Edge browser, and mouse and keyboard does work in some situations - apparently that's how the person above is playing World of Warcraft:

Obviously you'll need a good internet connection to take advantage of this — Nvidia GeForce Now is a cloud streaming service — so if you're still on the fence about whether it'll be suitable or not, our suggestion is to just try the free membership tier and see how it goes!

And by the way, the addition of World of Warcraft to GeForce Now is a new thing, with WoW: Classic, WoW: Cataclysm Classic and WoW: Dragonflight all part of the highlighted additions to the service back on Thursday of last week.

"Dive into the immersive realms of World of Warcraft, including the latest expansion Dragonflight, the nostalgic journey of World of Warcraft Classic and the recently launched World of Warcraft Cataclysm Classic. These popular, massively multiplayer, online role-playing experiences from Blizzard Entertainment immerse players in legendary battles."

Have you played PC games such as World of Warcraft on your Xbox? Let us know in the comments.