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Nvidia GeForce Now Supports Xbox Account Syncing


PC Game Pass Support has also been added

Nvidia continues to improve its cloud gaming service, GeForce Now, with the latest update allowing members to sync an Xbox account and access any PC Game Pass titles available on the service.

“Members can now connect their Xbox accounts to GeForce NOW to sync the games they own to their GeForce NOW library,” Nvidia wrote in a blog post. “Game syncing lets members connect their digital game store accounts to GeForce NOW, so all of their supported games are part of their streaming library.”

Nvidia has also confirmed that syncing the Xbox account will add any supported titles that a member has access to through their PC Game Pass subscription.

Deathloop was added to Nvidia GeForce Now recently

The move is part of Nvidia’s agreement with Microsoft, under which Xbox PC games will be available on the service later this year. Last August, Deathloop, Grounded, and No Man’s Sky were among the first PC Game Pass releases added to GeForce Now.

The latest GeForce Now update also benefits Ubisoft+ subscribers, who can now link their Ubisoft+ account and access a list of supported Ubisoft+ games that they already own and stream on GeForce Now.