This year there are several cloud gaming that are being implemented and continue to show very important growth for the world of video games. However, NVIDIA’s GeForce Now appears to be “paddling against the tide” as they continue to miss important games at a frightening rate.
Since he left his phase beta in February, the cloud gaming from NVIDIA has already lost support for several games from some of the most popular studios. After being “abandoned” by Activision Blizzard and Bethesda, one of the staff members announced on the company’s official forum that they will also remove 2K games.
NVIDIA GeForce Now continues to lose support for some of today’s most popular games
The recent abandonment of 2K will have very negative effects on the service, losing support for games like Borderlands, Civilization and BioShock. Although the announcement was made by NVIDIA officials, no concrete information on the reasons was disclosed.
In the publication, it was only mentioned that the removal of the games will be done due to a request from the studio and that, they are negotiating with 2K in order to be able to bring their games back in the future. However, that was the promise made by NVIDIA at the time when they also announced the abandonment of the other two studios.
Even without concrete information about the reasons that led the studios to remove their games from the GeForce Now service, one of the top executives responsible for the service hinted that it is due to the fact that it is a paid service. Basically, Phil Eisler said that ultimately it is the studios that decide how their games are made available.
At a more advanced stage of the project, he believes that companies will realize that NVIDIA’s service offers very positive value to their customers, and that the majority will re-authorize their integration into the platform.
So far, the service has already lost access to games from major studios, such as Rockstar Games, Square Enix, Capcom, Activision Blizzard, Bethesda and 2K.
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