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COD MW3 available on GeForce NOW

Microsoft and NVIDIA deliver on their cloud gaming agreement
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Remember when Microsoft was wildly signing agreements about bringing Call of Duty to various cloud gaming services with anyone who’d ask to secure its Activision Blizzard acquisition? Well, these agreements are becoming reality. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Modern Warfare 2, and Warzone are coming to NVIDIA GeForce NOW.

Users of GeForce can find this trio of titles in the brand-new Call of Duty HQ section, which has been created to house series entries available through the service – it’s already been revealed that older games will join the roster in the future.

Aside from the Call of Duty trio, over 60 other games will join the library of supported games in December 2023, marking another huge expansion of the catalog.

Screenshot from 2023's Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3

MW3 is the first Call of Duty game to join GeForce NOW.

This week alone, GeForce NOW expanded with Call of Duty, brand-new releases like Last Train Home and SteamWorld Build, as well as fantastic titles like Galactic Civilizations 4 and Pillars of Eternity.

GeForce NOW allows users to stream games to a variety of systems, enabling them to play them at the highest graphics settings without actually having the adequate hardware at home. From all available streaming services, NVIDIA’s platform feels like the most natural in terms of streaming quality and speed – other services fight with noticeable delays and such.

Modern Warfare 3 is the latest Call of Duty title and released earlier this year. While fans have been lauding the multiplayer mode, the game’s single-player campaign received devastating review scores and has been called the worst release in years. Its multiplayer content is largely recycled material from the original Modern Warfare 2 game.