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The first Xbox PC games are heading to GeForce Now this month

A couple of months ago, Microsoft and Nvidia reached a deal to bring Xbox first-party games to the GeForce Now streaming service. Now, we're finally starting to see that rollout kickoff, starting off with Gears 5, with more to come next week. 

Nvidia will be bringing support for more Xbox PC titles on GeForce Now in the weeks ahead, with plans to bring Deathloop, Grounded and Pentiment next week.

Here are the games joining GeForce Now this week:

  • Tin Hearts (New release on Steam, May 16)
  • The Outlast Trials (New release on Steam, May 18)
  • Gears 5 (Steam)

GeForce Now is available in a few different flavours. Signing up for an account is free, allowing users to stream to almost any device, with some caveats, such as being limited to 1080p resolution and potentially having to face server queues for cloud access. The Premium tier offers access to RTX graphics and you'll get priority access to servers to skip the queue.

Right now, the GFN Premium tier is on sale, discounted at 40 percent off until the 21st of May. Beyond that, there is also an RTX 4080 tier membership, granting access to RTX 4080-powered servers and all the quality options GeForce Now has to offer.

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