Get 3 months of PC Game Pass for free with GeForce Rewards

The offer is valid only for new Xbox Game Pass members

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NVIDIA was at Computex 2024 and it showcased many new features, but that’s not all, as the company is offering a few freebies as well.

NVIDIA users can now get PC Game Pass for free, and here’s what you need to do to get it.

NVIDIA offers a 3-month PC Game Pass subscription for free to its users

Xbox and Nvidia have partnered and they are giving 3 months of access to PC Game Pass to their users. According to NVIDIA, you can get access to numerous titles that support NVIDIA DLSS, NVIDIA Reflex, and ray tracing.

Even if your PC can’t handle the latest games, you can stream over 130 games from PC Game Pass on GeForce NOW. Keep in mind that you’re not limited just to your PC, as you can stream games to your phone or any other smart device.

To claim a PC Game Pass subscription, you need to do the following:

  1. Log in with your NVIDIA account and check if you’re enrolled in GeForce Rewards.
  2. Next, download and install GeForce Experience or NVIDIA app beta. Alternatively, go to the GeForce NOW Rewards page and follow the steps on the screen.
  3. Start GeForce Experience or NVIDIA app beta and log in with your account.
  4. Navigate to the Redeem section and select PC Game Pass GeForce Reward.
  5. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the process.

This sounds like a great deal, but keep in mind that you need a GeForce GTX 10 Series or newer GPU for this to work. As for availability, this promotion starts on June 4th, so don’t miss it.

In other news, NVIDIA will soon bring Copilot + PC experience to RTX AI laptops. That’s not all, the company also showcased a G-Assist AI bot that can tweak your PC and give you live information while in the game.

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