With the first available today!
It was all the way back in late February that Microsoft announced it would be bringing Xbox and Activision Blizzard games to Nvidia's GeForce Now service, and that process has begun today with the arrival of Gears 5. In addition, three more Xbox titles (the PC versions) will be landing on GeForce Now before the end...
Using the power of cloud streaming
As of today, it's possible to play PC games on your Xbox One, Series X or Series S through the power of Nvidia GeForce Now and cloud streaming. Incredible! Plus, it works with your existing library of PC games. We've cultivated a little guide to help you on your way, so you can begin using Nvidia GeForce Now on...
Through the new Edge browser
Update: The Verge has confirmed that Nvidia's GeForce Now service is working with the new Xbox browser, meaning you can play PC games on your Xbox console through the power of cloud streaming. However, playing games that require the use of a mouse and keyboard is reportedly not the most ideal experience right now, and...
As part of the new Microsoft Edge app
We highlighted late last week that a brand-new Microsoft Edge app had begun rolling out to Xbox Insiders in the Alpha Skip-Ahead ring, offering some pretty crazy possibilities including the ability to access Google Stadia. It turns out NVIDIA's GeForce Now service also works with the new app (thanks