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The deal also included a promise that Activision Blizzard games like Call of Duty would also be released on Nvidia’s cloud gaming service, should Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard be completed.
Although Microsoft later announced that it would be selling the cloud streaming rights for Activision Blizzard games to Ubisoft should the acquisition be completed, it said its existing agreements with streaming services like Nvidia GeForce Now would still be honoured.
GeForce Now got its first Xbox games in August, fulfilling the first part of the deal.
And now that Microsoft has completed its acquisition of Activision Blizzard, the second part has now been fulfilled.
GeForce Now subscribers will be able to launch them from any supported device, as long as they’ve bought them on Steam.
The Call of Duty games are among 15 new cloud titles being added to GeForce Now this week, including Xbox titles like SteamWorld Build, Pillars of Eternity and Research and Destroy.