Game Pass bundled with GeForce NOW memberships for a limited time

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A limited-time deal has appeared, promising three months of Game Pass Ultimate to new members of GeForce NOW's Ultimate tier. The deal arrives as the GeForce NOW service receives several improvements and new games.

The improvements to the GeForce NOW app include game syncing with Ubisoft and Xbox accounts. The latter comes at a perfect time, as syncing an Xbox account adds all purchased games and those available through game pass to the GeForce NOW service.

Similar benefits are available to Ubisoft plus subscribers, and were already an option for users that had accounts with Steam and the Epic Games Store. Games streamed through the service are run on a powerful RTX 4080 rig, though the long queue times and limited game selection can be downsides for some.

Minor improvements are reportedly coming soon through version 2.0.58. These include miscellaneous bug fixes, additions to the in-stream statistics overlay, and additional diagnostic tools to make sure streams are at optimal quality.

The service is also rewarding members with Guild Wars 2 Heroic Edition until the end of the week, so interested gamers should redeem it soon through the rewards portal. The first Remnant 2 DLC is also now available for streaming.

Beyond Guild Wars 2, several new games are joining the service's line up of over 250 games. Many are new or upcoming releases at the time of writing, and the most notable have been listed below.

A full list of the service's 18 upcoming games can be found in NVIDIA's blog post. It's not currently clear when the deal will end, but with such a strong focus on the holidays, it's one best taken advantage of sooner rather than later.

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