NVIDIA Integrates Blizzard’s Battle.net into GeForce Now Cloud Gaming

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GeForce Now, Nvidia’s cloud gaming service, is expanding its platform integrations by integrating Blizzard’s Battle.net into GeForce Now.

This will allow GeForce Now users to stream games they own on Battle.net like Diablo IV,  World of WarcraftOverwatch 2, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, and Hearthstone through the cloud gaming service.

Gamers who already own Blizzard games on Battle.net can now play them on GeForce Now without needing to buy them again on a different platform.

This continues GeForce Now’s push towards becoming a unified cloud gaming hub.

Previously, the service integrated platforms like Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect, and GOG.com.

With Battle.net added to the mix, GeForce Now further consolidates players’ game libraries into one streaming app.

In addition to the Battle.net announcement, Nvidia revealed 30 games coming to GeForce Now this March.

New Monetization Options

  • For free members, GeForce Now will now display pre-roll ads while waiting for a gaming session to start.
  • Paid members can now purchase Day Passes to access RTX 4080 servers.
  • The Ultimate Day Pass is $7.99 and the Priority Day Pass is $3.99.

With its growing catalog and competitive pricing, Nvidia GeForce Now brings convenience and flexibility to PC gaming.

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