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    Nvidia GeForce Now gets support for three Call of Duty games

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    Last updated: December 1st, 2023 at 11:43 UTC+01:00

    In October this year, Microsoft completed the acquisition of Activision Blizzard King (ABK). With that, people expected the company to bring the Call of Duty series games to Xbox Game Pass. Unfortunately, the Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, recently revealed that Microsoft does not plan on bringing any COD game to the subscription service until 2024. That means people with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate cannot play any Call of Duty game on Xbox Cloud Gaming Beta anytime soon. That, however, is no more the case with the subscribers of Nvidia’s cloud gaming service, GeForce Now.

    Nvidia has announced that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, and Call of Duty: Warzone are now available on GeForce Now. If you own these games on Steam, you can play them right away on Nvidia’s cloud gaming service. To access these games on the platform, click on the Call of Duty logo on the home screen of GeForce Now. This is the first set of games from Activision on GeForce Now, and according to Nvidia, it comes on the platform as a part of the deal between Nvidia and Microsoft.

    In addition to the Call of Duty games, Nvidia is adding support for more than 65 games to GeForce Now in December, which would bring the total number of games supported by the platform to 153 by the end of this year. Recently, Nvidia updated GeForce Now to sync with an Xbox account, allowing people to play any game in their Xbox library and any title on the Xbox Game Pass membership with Nvidia’s cloud gaming service.

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