Microsoft’s latest partnership with Nvidia kicks off today with the release of the first Xbox games for PC on GeForce Now. Gears 5 will be available for GeForce Now members today, following a deal between Microsoft and Nvidia earlier this year to bring Xbox PC games to GeForce Now.

Gears 5 might be the first release today, but many more Xbox Game Studios and Bethesda titles are on their way to GeForce Now soon. Deathloop, Grounded, and Pentiment will all arrive on Thursday, May 25th, and Nvidia says more games from Xbox will be added regularly.

While the first Xbox PC games will need to be purchased on Steam to be available on GeForce Now streaming, Microsoft and Nvidia are working on support for the Microsoft Store. It’s unclear if this will also include PC Game Pass support, but given that the subscription is largely driven through the Xbox PC app, it’s likely the Microsoft Store support is limited to full game purchases. Either way, Nvidia says this store support should “become available in the coming months.”

The Verge