Xbox Consoles Can Now Access Nvidia Geforce Now Via Microsoft Edge
Cloud gaming has become an important part of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership program, which gives players access to over 300 games on their Xbox consoles and over 200 titles on their PC. Earlier this year, Xbox chief executive Phil Spencer announced that the company intended to use Xbox's gaming service Xbox Cloud to bring PC titles to consoles. Microsoft says it will bring the Game Pass Ultimates cloud gaming features to consoles this holiday season.
Following a recent update to streaming service, Xbox One and Xbox Series X players can now play PC games on their consoles via Microsoft's cloud gaming service. Microsoft's gaming service announced that it is bringing Electronic Arts online to play Xbox Game Pass today. This means PC members will now have access to over 60 of the most prestigious titles on GeForce Now. This is possible because NVIDIA's cloud gaming services GeForce Now today received a beta update that adds support for Microsoft Edge browsers.
Its GeForce Now streaming service provides access to over 1,000 PC games. NVIDIA has begun supporting the Edge browser, which comes with a beta update for GeForce Now and Xbox Live today. For years, GeForce Now has been available for free to stream PC games, but if you don't mind the limitations of time and resolution, it's now possible on Xbox and other consoles with a new beta update that adds support for the Edge browser.