Microsoft’s cloud gaming push hit new heights this week, as one of Xbox’s biggest franchises made its way to xCloud. Halo Infinite is now available on Xbox Game Pass, complete with cloud support.
Halo Infinite is now available in the cloud
Microsoft released Halo Infinite earlier this week, not just to its Xbox consoles, but to PC and cloud gaming too. The title is available for free with Xbox Game Pass and can be streamed with an Ultimate tier subscription. This includes both multiplayer and campaign experiences.
Halo Infinite is the franchise’s most accessible game yet with free-to-play multiplayer and the full campaign available on day one with Xbox Game Pass. Enjoy true Spartan freedom in the biggest, most wide open and adventure-filled Halo experience yet. Halo Infinite is available now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC on Windows and Steam, and Xbox Game Pass including console, PC, and Cloud Gaming (Beta).
GeForce Now adds new titles, Mac optimization
Nvidia this week announced that GeForce Now would be getting support for Ubisoft account linking as well as better optimization on macOS, including 1600p streaming on MacBooks. Along with that news, the service has also added a few more games.
- White Shadows (new game launch on Steam, December 7)
- Monopoly Madness (new release on Ubisoft Connect, December 9)
- Anno 1404 History Edition (free on Ubisoft Connect, December 6-14)
- Prison Architect (free on Epic Games Store, December 9-16)
- Super Magbot (Steam)
- Untitled Goose Game (Epic Games Store)
Amazon Luna celebrates The Game Awards with new games
Finally, Amazon Luna celebrated last night’s Stadia-absent Game Awards with a new ad and several new games.
- Devil May Cry 5 (Luna+)
- Yakuza: Like a Dragon (Luna+)
- Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion (Family Channel)
Amazon also discounted its Fire TV Stick Max + Luna Controller bundle and announced three more games coming soon to Luna.
- Judgment (12/16, Luna+)
- Myst (12/16, Luna+)
- Rainbow Six: Extraction (Ubisoft+)