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On all the devices that Nvidia GeForce Now is compatible with, you will be able to play your PC Game Pass library of games.
Microsoft intends to make PC Game Pass games available on Nvidia's GeForce Now streaming platform. At a closed Xbox media event in Los Angeles on Sunday, Sarah Bond, the head of the Xbox creative experience, made the announcement. On all the devices that Nvidia GeForce Now is compatible with, you will be able to play your PC Game Pass library of games, according to Bond. Joe Skrebels, editor in chief of Xbox Wire, writes in a blog post that "this will enable the PC Game Pass catalogue to be played on any device that GeForce Now streams to, like low-spec PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, mobile devices, TVs, and more, and we'll begin pushing forth this feature in the months to come."
Additionally, it indicates that the PC Game Pass membership is included in Microsoft's stated support for GeForce Now in the Microsoft Store, which goes beyond your individual purchases. In light of Nvidia's recent statement that GeForce Now support for the Microsoft Store will "become available in the coming months," it's possible that we will not be waiting too long before PC Game Pass is made accessible through GeForce Now. This entire project is the result of a recent collaboration between Microsoft and Nvidia, which will bring Xbox PC games to GeForce Now.