NVIDIA GeForce Now is launching Call of Duty games.

NVIDIA GeForce Now is launching Call of Duty games.

Kris Holt

Microsoft’s decision to allow users of third-party cloud services to stream Xbox-owned games was one of the key concessions it made to regulators in order to secure its historic acquisition of Activision Blizzard. NVIDIA GeForce Now will now allow you to play three Call of Duty games, including Warzone, Modern Warfare 3, and Warmode.

Since Microsoft terminated its$ 68.7 billion Activision contract in October, these games are the first to appear on GeForce Now. Before GeForce Now went live for all users in early 2020, Activity Blizzard games were only briefly available there before the publisher removed them.

Beginning with Gears 5 in May, Microsoft released its first-party games on GeForce Now this year. Microsoft recently made it possible for GeForce Now users to stream purchases made from the Microsoft Store and PC Game Pass.

However, Call of Duty games are significant additions, especially since Warzone fans can play the battle royale anywhere they are for free ( free GeForce Now users are only allowed to play for an hour per session ) on their phone or tablet. You can also use GeForce Now to play games that you purchased on Steam, such as MW2 or M3. Older CoD games will eventually be accessible through GeForce Now, according to NVIDIA.

Microsoft also sold Ubisoft the cloud gaming rights to Activision Blizzard games as a significant concession to UK regulators. Microsoft will nonetheless uphold the direct agreements it made with various cloud gaming services, as shown here.

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