Microsoft announced an expansive agreement with Nvidia. This 10-year collaboration was set to bring Xbox PC games onto the GeForce Now cloud gaming service, a platform boasting over 25 million members across more than 100 countries. An important facet of this deal was the inclusion of Activision Blizzard games, notably the Call of Duty series, contingent upon the successful acquisition of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft.
The Call of Duty games weren't the only new additions this week, with GeForce Now players also gaining access to plenty of titles across a collection of different categories. SteamWorld Build is one notable addition and that's available starting 1 December via Steam and PC Game Pass. The game's also coming to Xbox, too, for what it's worth.
There will be more than 50 other titles joining GeForce Now over the next few weeks, including titles like House Flipper 2, Evil Genius 2, Control, Darksiders 3, Humans Fall Flat, The Anacrusis, AI: The Somnium Files, Age of Wonders 4, Stargate: Timekeepers, World War Z: Aftermath and many more.