If you subscribe to Xbox and GeForce Now, you can now use Microsoft’s Edge browser to play PC games on your console. This is accompanied by the usual GeForce Now warning: The service allows you to stream games you already own in a few storefronts (including Steam and Epic Games Store), and it seems that some games are completely blocked.
However, if you ever wanted to play Dota 2 on Xbox Series X, you can now. Xbox supports mice and keyboards, so apart from any problems you might encounter with the streaming itself, there are actually no shortcomings.
Cunning users may wonder whether this will bring some exclusive Sony game console products that are already popular on PC to Xbox game consoles, but obviously it won’t.according to Tom Warren on the Edge, When browsing GeForce Now on the Xbox Edge browser, Death Stranding will not appear in the search results.This is not important for PC users, as the game is already available on Steam, but this is an obvious omission (it does seem to Work in Russia, although).
Since the other first-party Sony games that land on the PC-Days Gone, Horizon Zero Dawn-are not on GeForce Now, it is difficult to tell whether this is a mistake or intentional, but we have contacted various contacts for clarification.
This is another small but meaningful step towards the elimination of platform exclusivity.Microsoft has almost solved the old console/PC gap, and all its first-party games landed on Xbox and PC on the first day-the notable exception is Age of Empires 4, This is only on PC.With the coming of God of War, Sony is slowly releasing its backup catalog to the PC The watershed of the demise of platform wars, Rich said. As for Nintendo, well, don’t hold your breath.