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Nvidia's GeForce Now cloud gaming service recently launched a beta version, which excites those who want the opportunity to play games on multiple devices. However, the start of
was not stable because many people pointed out that the service does not support many popular games.
Recently, when Nvidia announced that Activision Blizzard would no longer allow access to its games on cloud services, it hit GeForce Now again. This means that GeForce Now will no longer provide its entire game catalog, including Overwatch, Call of Duty and World of Warcraft.
This is only a week after the official release of GeForce Now, which has been criticized for the lack of games from EA, Square Enix, Capcom, Konami, Remedy and Rockstar.
These game publishers apparently retired after Nvidia ended its service test period.
Nvidia has not publicly explained why this happened. It is always possible for competitors like Google Stadia to step in and offer better deals, but Blizzard did not explain why.
In a statement from Nvidia, community manager Cory Banks said: "When we take GeForce NOW to the next step in its development, we have worked with publishers to bring a powerful catalog of their PC games. This means constantly adding new games and sometimes having to delete games, just like other digital service providers.
"At your request, please note that Activision Blizzard games will be removed from the service. Unfortunately, we look forward to cooperating with Activision Blizzard to re-enable these games and more in the future."
This is not Activision Blizzard The game was removed from other online services for the first time. They previously removed the Transformers, Deadpool, and Spider-Man games from Steam, PlayStation Network, and Xbox Live. However, if other game publishers do the same, it may indicate a problem with the GeForce Now service.
Although it appears that Nvidia is opening the door to the return of game publishers, it is better to assume that they will not return anytime soon.
For those who are excited to sign up for GeForce Now, this is certainly enough to stop anyone and reconsider until their favorite game is back in service.
If we hear more about GeForce Now, we will definitely notify you in time.
Will you continue to sign up for GeForce Now or are you more inclined to use a competitor like Google Stadia? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.