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There is an ad for the Xbox Games Show that has not been shown live, it seems to be | Top News

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Although the Xbox Games Showcase 2023 event has concluded, it seems that there are still some announcements in the pipeline: a collaboration between Microsoft and Nvidia that ends in a handshake between their subscription services gaming. The official formulation is somewhat confusing, yes. “We have announced that Game Pass members will be able to stream certain games from the PC catalog from the library to any device you stream to GeForce Now” says the official MS blog, “such as low-end PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, mobile phones, televisions and more.”

How exactly does that work? A mystery. We do not know if the idea is to play from PC Game Pass with the linked GeForce Now account, or if it is the other way around; nor is it clear whether you need the Ultimate version of the Microsoft service or something of the sort. It will be time to wait and see if Nvidia’s statement is somewhat clearer in this regard. For now, we’ll settle for knowing that the feature “will roll out over the years.” next months” according to the blog.

Be that as it may, the idea of ​​playing with an RTX 4080 on an outdated laptop is appealing to say the least. Now all that remains is to see what games specifically will be compatible with the service, or if Nvidia will work on bringing new titles to the PC Game Pass catalog taking advantage of the news. As a reminder, if you play on a computer you can subscribe to GP for 9.99 euros per month or 12.99 in the Ultimate version. GeForce Now, for its part, also has 9.99 as a base plus an Ultimate alternative for 19.99 euros.

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