By Adama Brown,
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Microsoft announced today that it intends to make all XBox games available Nvidia’s GeForce Now subscription game service. Moreover, Microsoft president Brad Smith also committed that if Microsoft’s proposed buyout of Activision Blizzard goes through, all that company’s games will also be made available via GeForce Now.
No specific time frame has yet been committed to for when the games would be available.
Microsoft is currently trying to get regulatory approval for the proposed $69 billion buyout of Activision Blizzard, which is being held up by European Union regulators on concerns that it would give Microsoft too much power to withhold their games from rival platforms.
Nvidia GeForce Now is a subscription gaming service that gives users access to its entire library of games for a $10 monthly fee. It currently supports Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Nvidia Shield TV, Chromebook, Tizen (the platform used by Samsung smart TVs) and webOS (the platform used by LG smart TVs).