A slew of upgrades are coming to Nvidia GeForce Now in the wake of team green’s Gamescom announcements, including the return of PC Game Pass support. Starting later this week, subscribers to the Nvidia cloud streaming service can look forward to playing even more of the best PC games, with the added benefit of backend improvements to boot.
Earlier this year, the return of Nvidia GeForce Now PC Game Pass support was a welcome announcement following Microsoft’s decision to pull out from the service back in 2020. However, it isn’t until now, after radio silence, that the Xbox Game Studios’ library is making its return to team green’s cloud.
Starting from August 24, Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda favorites including the likes of Deathloop and Grounded will be playable via Nvidia GeForce Now. If that’s not enough for you, it’s worth mentioning that games from other developers on PC Game Pass will be available too, such as Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord, No Man’s Sky, and more. Naturally, this support comes at no extra cost to existing subscribers to both services.
The return of PC Game Pass to Nvidia GeForce Now coincides with several backend improvements to the service too, namely the completion Nvidia DLSS 3.5 as well as the completion of RTX 4080 server rollout in North American and Europe. However, you’ll need an ‘Ultimate’ tier membership to gain access to both of those features, but it does come with added benefits like 4K/120fps streaming.
Bolstering the value of the ‘Ultimate’ membership tier for GeForce Now even further, Nvidia has also confirmed that both Alan Wake 2 and Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty will be playable on the service, complete with DLSS 3.5 features.