While the conflict between PlayStation and Xbox is in full swing, the Redmond company has just announced a very important agreement.
Since the beginning of 2022 and the announcement of the takeover of Activision-Blizzard by Microsoft, This case crystallizes the news of the video game.
Microsoft signs big deal with Nvidia for PC gaming
A few months ago, Google and Nvidia teamed up with Sony to they express their reluctance to see such an important player in the industry become the property of Xbox. Now everything seems to have changed since Nvidia just signed on a big problem with the green mark.
Indeed, during a recent hearing of the European Commission in Brussels, Brad Smith made several major announcements. Among them, the president of Microsoft notably formalized a 10-year partnership with the company behind the GeForce Now service.
Thus, by this agreement, Xbox promises to make all PC titles from these studios available on the streaming platform via the cloud. Obviously, this agreement will also affect the Call of Duty license if the Activision-Blizzard takeover is validated: a great success from Nvidia!
As a reminder, Microsoft and Nintendo have also agreeda 10-year deal to bring all future Call of Duty licenses to Nintendo home consoles with “full function and content parity”.
Therefore, it seems clear that Xbox wants to step up and do big business so that the takeover of the American company is finally approved.
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