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GeForce Now adds Palworld and more this week

Nvidia is back this week with another round of games for GeForce Now users. The cloud gaming service adds new games each week throughout the year. Today's update includes five new titles, including hit indie game ‘Palworld'.  If you are using a Steam Deck, you'll also want to grab Nvidia's …

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GeForce Now gets nine more games this week

Nvidia continues its tradition of GeForce Now Thursdays, with a new wave of games being confirmed. This week, The remake of Star Ocean 2, Star Ocean: The Second Story R, is headlining, with indie hits like Space Engineers and older major titles like Deus Ex: Mankind Divided also making appearances.  …

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Microsoft will give Ubisoft control of Activision cloud rights in effort to gain UK deal approval

Last month, Microsoft and the CMA jointly agreed to put the appeal process on hold to go back to the drawing board on the proposed Activision Blizzard merger. At that time, the deadline for closing the deal was also extended. Now, we finally have an update from the CMA, revealing that Microsoft plans to sell off its cloud gaming rights to Activision Blizzard games to Ubisoft. 

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Ten more games arrive on GeForce Now this week

Another GeForce Now update arrives this week. While last week we only saw two games added to the cloud library, this week's update is much more substantial, bringing in another Xbox-published title, alongside nine other titles.  The big highlight this week is Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition. Microsoft began …

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Microsoft signs another 10-year cloud gaming deal

The CMA may have opted to block Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard but Microsoft is showing no signs of backing down. The company is already preparing to appeal the ruling and in the meantime, the company is also still signing 10-year deals guaranteeing access to major IP to other cloud …

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Microsoft signs new 10-year deal to bring COD and Xbox titles to rival cloud gaming service

In recent weeks, Microsoft has signed legal agreements to bring Activision Blizzard titles to additional platforms, including Nintendo consoles and Nvidia's rival cloud gaming service, GeForce Now. Microsoft is looking to pile on here with additional deals with competing companies. While Sony isn't playing ball with Microsoft's 10-year agreement, other …

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