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Microsoft and NVIDIA's 10-Year Partnership Kicks Off: Gears 5 Joins GeForce Now Cloud Gaming Service

Microsoft and NVIDIA's 10-year partnership has started, with Gears 5 being the first game to join the GeForce Now cloud gaming service.

The 10-year partnership between Microsoft and NVIDIA, designed to bring Xbox PC titles to NVIDIA's GeForce Now, has officially begun, with Gears 5 becoming the first Xbox game to join the cloud gaming service.

The companies announced the news on May 18, highlighting Microsoft's commitment to further expand its game offerings on the cloud service. Starting from May 25, Obsidian Entertainment Pentiment and Grounded as well as Arkane Studios' Deathloop will all be accessible on GeForce NOW.

GeForce NOW users will now have the ability to stream the listed games they have purchased from either Steam or the Epic Games Store.

Microsoft and NVIDIA signed a 10-year partnership agreement in February 2023. This strategic alliance took place amidst ongoing concerns raised by antitrust regulators regarding the potential impact of a deal between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard.

The EU's European Commission has previously granted approval for the merger, considering various factors including Microsoft's series of 10-year cooperation agreements in the cloud gaming field. In contrast, the UK's antitrust authority, the CMA, rejected the acquisition, citing concerns about the negative impact the deal would have on the cloud gaming market.

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