In the midst of the week formerly known as E3, we have big news to share on this GFN Thursday. Announced over the weekend, Xbox Game Pass is now available on GeForce NOW, expanding the library of games for Xbox and PC gamers on a variety of devices. Members will also get access to Age of Empires IV: Anniversary Edition and Dordogne this week, which can be streamed today.
Game Pass with GeForce NOW performance Members will soon be able to stream PC games from the Game Pass catalog with GeForce NOW performance. The Microsoft Store becomes the latest supported digital platform on GeForce NOW, joining Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect, GOG.com and more. Members with supported PC games from this latest digital store or through their Game Pass subscription can stream these PC games directly from the cloud, with no additional purchases.
With hundreds of PC games in the Game Pass catalog, it’s important to keep an eye on GFN Thursday for the latest news.
Xbox and PC gamers can stream these PC games on all their devices, with the flexibility to switch between less powerful PCs, Macs, smart TVs, Chromebooks, smartphones and more, as part of NVIDIA and Microsoft’s collaboration to provide more choice for gamers everywhere.
Build your empire – and library Age of Empires IV: Anniversary Edition is the first game from Xbox’s award-winning real-time strategy franchise available in the cloud and streamable in 4K and ultra-wide resolutions for Ultimate members. This Anniversary Edition takes the real-time strategy genre to the next level and includes all the latest updates, including new civilizations – the Ottomans and Malays – maps, languages, challenges and more. Go online in both games to challenge other aspiring conquerors in competitive or cooperative online campaigns.
See for yourself, along with another new release in the cloud this week:
Dordogne (New release on Steam)
Age of Empires IV: Anniversary Edition (Steam)