Xbox’s Edge Browser Now Supports GeForce Now

Thanks to a recent patch, NVIDIA’s GeForce Now could soon be accessible on Xbox consoles. Within GeForce Now's latest client update on October 21st, Nvidia included beta support for the Microsoft Edge browser, which is accessible on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S consoles.

It wouldn't be the first rival streaming service to make that jump, either. Last month, Microsoft rolled out the Chromium version of Edge to both Xbox platforms, allowing you to stream Google Stadia games and access Discord through your console.

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Xbox’s Edge Browser Now Supports GeForce Now

This news follows on from a significant GeForce Now leak last month, where players discovered they could access NVIDIA's internal database. Though NVIDIA called a lot of this list "speculative," several PlayStation games were spotted within, including that recently-confirmed PC edition of God of War.

It won't be long before Microsoft's own Xbox Cloud Gaming service comes to consoles, either. Earlier this month, that feature began rolling out for Xbox Insiders, providing they're signed up to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. We'll keep you informed with further details as they happen.

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