Xbox Games Coming to Boosteroid Subscribers Soon

June 1, 2023, marks a significant milestone in cloud gaming as Microsoft brings a collection of its Xbox PC games to Boosteroid. Microsoft’s decision to sign a ten-year deal with its cloud gaming competitors, including Nvidia GeForce Now, Ubitus, and Boosteroid, arrives as a part of its strategy to appease regulators over its proposed Activision Blizzard acquisition.

The move is about expanding access to high-quality, immersive gaming experiences from Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda. On the line-up for Boosteroid subscribers are highly anticipated titles such as Deathloop, Gears 5, Grounded, and Pentiment. But this is just the beginning. According to Sarah Bond, Corporate Vice President of Xbox, the company plans to add more hits and fan favorites to this list.

This initiative seeks to ensure players worldwide have access to Microsoft’s stunning array of content on their terms. Boosteroid members can now delve into the relentless Horde in Gears 5, navigate the intricate backyard world of Grounded, face the intriguing time loop in Deathloop, or get lost in the mesmerizing illustrated realm of Pentiment.

Currently, Boosteroid customers can access games purchased through Steam or the Epic Game Store, with the bonus of support for games purchased via the Microsoft Store on the horizon. The inclusion of Microsoft’s library greatly amplifies the value proposition for Boosteroid’s subscribers, especially those in Ukraine, the United Kingdom, the European Union, and the United States.

Microsoft’s vision revolves around empowering people to play their desired games with their preferred company, anywhere they want, and on any device. With the Boosteroid deal, subscribers can enjoy Xbox PC games across numerous platforms like Windows, Linux, Android, Android TV, and macOS, either through an app, webOS, or via browsers.

Following the recent announcement that Xbox PC games are available to NVIDIA GeForce NOW members, this partnership signifies a strengthening commitment towards global alliances with various cloud gaming providers, including Ubitus and Nware, and possibly EE in the future. Microsoft aims to enable players to stream games from Xbox Game Studios, Bethesda, and even future Activision Blizzard PC games post-acquisition through their preferred cloud gaming service.

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Amie Gammons

A huge fan of puzzlers. Would love to experience the world and takedown on every single and upcoming game title. In the free time love to sing, follow recent game rumors and try to decrypt them in the best possible way.

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