A NVIDIA confirmed that the PC GamePass, computer version of Xbox Game Pass, will arrive this week on its game streaming service, the GeForce Now. According to the company, the launch of PC Game Pass on GeForce NOW included the integration of several Microsoft services, such as the Microsoft Store app store.
From the next 24th of August, some games, such as Deathloop, Grounded, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord e No Man's Sky, can already be accessed through the service, all you have to do is integrate your Microsoft with an active subscription to NVIDIA's gaming service.
However, the NVIDIA confirmed that some games will not be immediately available on GeForce NOW, leading to a longer wait time. It is worth remembering that the arrival of Xbox games on the service is part of the agreement with Microsoft, which aims to seek approval for the acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
How Xbox Game Pass Works
O Xbox Game Pass is a subscription service from Microsoft for the owners of Xbox ou PC. It offers access to a catalog of free games, it works like Netflix, only for games. the version Ultimate of the service also includes the benefits of Xbox Live Gold. Currently, the list of games available on the platform already reaches 400 games – between PC and Console.
There are three plans available:
- Xbox Game Pass for Console:
It costs BRL 29,99 per month and gives access to games for Xbox 360, One and Series S/X;
- Xbox Game Pass for PC:
It costs BRL 29,99 per month, with EA Play games and only for Windows;
- Xbox Game Pass Ultimate:
It costs BRL 44,99 and gives access to both the Xbox and PC library, it also includes the benefits of Xbox Live Gold, EA Play and Cloud Gaming games.
Source: The Verge
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