Nvidia is rolling out a new update for GeForce NOW that allows members to sync their Xbox accounts to the cloud gaming service, providing even more ways to stream PC games. This update is part of Nvidia's collaboration with Microsoft, aimed at enhancing the gaming experience for users. With the Xbox account sync feature, users can now access any PC Game Pass titles on the GeForce NOW service, expanding the game library available for streaming.
To celebrate this update, Nvidia is launching a new bundle deal for GeForce NOW and PC Game Pass. For a limited time, customers who purchase a 6-month Ultimate membership for GeForce NOW will receive a 3-month PC Game Pass subscription for free. This bundle deal is perfect for the gift-giving season, allowing gamers to enjoy a wide range of PC games on their devices.
Nvidia's GeForce NOW Ultimate memberships have also been updated. Now, every six-month membership purchase will include three months of PC Game Pass at no extra charge, giving users access to a vast library of games. This holiday season, Nvidia is kicking off with this massive bundle deal, providing gamers with an opportunity to explore and enjoy a variety of PC games on the cloud gaming platform.