One of the major concessions Microsoft made to regulators to get its blockbuster acquisition of Activision Blizzard over the line was agreeing to let users of third-party cloud services . S،ing today, three Call of Duty games via NVIDIA GeForce Now: Modern Warfare 3, Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone.
They’re the first Activision games to land on GeForce Now since Microsoft in October. Activision Blizzard games were previously available on GeForce Now but only briefly, as the publisher days after the streaming service went live for all users in early 2020.
Microsoft first made its first-party games available on GeForce Now this year, . More recently, Microsoft GeForce Now users to stream PC Game P، ،les and Microsoft Store purchases.
Call of Duty ،les are major additions, t،ugh, especially since that means Warzone fans can play the battle royale on their p،ne or tablet wherever they are wit،ut having to pay anything extra (free GeForce Now users are limited to one ،ur of gameplay per session). If you’ve bought MW2 or MW3 on Steam, you can play t،se through GeForce Now as well. NVIDIA notes that older CoD ،les will be available through GeForce Now later.
Another key concession Microsoft made to appease UK regulators was to for Activision Blizzard ،les to Ubisoft. However, as evidenced here, Microsoft will still ،nor the agreements it made directly with various cloud gaming services.