The first Xbox releases on GeForce Now have arrived.
Microsoft previously announced that it has signed a ten-year collaboration deal with Nvidia to bring its games to the streaming service. The first games in the deal signed as part of preparations for the Activision Blizzard acquisition are now playable on GeForce Now.
The first Xbox game on GeForce Now is the shooter Gears 5, which was released in 2019. The latest part of the Gears of War game series can be streamed on the GeForce Now service if the player has purchased the game through Steam. Streaming support for games purchased through the Microsoft Store will be coming in the coming months.
Xbox’s next GeForce Now game after Gears 5 has also been revealed. Deathloop, Grounded and Pentimation will be available next Thursday.