Recently, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S users became able to access NVIDIA's GeForce Now service through the console's browser, Microsoft Edge, letting you stream PC games through it. However, one of the GeForce Now's games, Death Stranding, cannot be found when used on Xbox.
As spotted by The Verge's Tom Warren, Xbox players searching for Death Stranding on GeForce Now can't find it or play it. Right now, it's unknown if that's GeForce Now's decision or whether Sony are blocking access on Xbox.
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Xbox Players Can't Access Death Stranding With GeForce Now
Warren continues that the only way to play Death Stranding on Xbox is on Russia, though GeForce Now is available via a third-party company in that region. For now, Death Stranding isn't coming to Xbox even through streaming, as Sony has no plans to release it on competing consoles.
Presently, Death Stranding is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC, through Steam and Epic Games Store. If you're looking to stream it on GeForce Now, you'll need to purchase either of these PC editions first.
Sony's been making a gradual push towards PC gaming in recent years, slowly porting over games like Horizon Zero Dawn, God of War and Uncharted. A number of PlayStation games were spotted within the recent GeForce Now leak, and it's likely future releases will have this same issue.
For now, we'll have to wait if more Sony exclusives remain gated on GeForce Now for other consoles.