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Nvidia geforce now loses blizzard games

To say that Nvidia's GeForce Now streaming service has had a bad start so far is an understatement. Since the launch of the beta, the game streaming service has been losing the left, right and center titles.

We have seen Bethesda Softworks, Activision Blizzard and 2K Games remove all of their libraries from the service. The latest news for

is that GeForce Now is now unable to access more games, namely games from Xbox Game Studios, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, Klei Entertainment, and Codemasters. This will be a large part of the game that will disappear from the service.

The exit of Xbox Game Studio means that GeForce Now users will not be able to access Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Forza games, and Gears of War. Warner Bros. is canceling access to games such as the "Batman: Arkham" series and Mortal Kombat games they have rights to.

Klei Entertainment will remove "Mark of Ninja" and "Don't Starve", and

Codemasters will remove games from the "Formula One" and "Dust" rally racing game series.

At this time, it is easier to list the games that remain in the service than to list the deleted games. Nvidia’s

model has been criticized because the service allows anyone who purchases the game on Steam to reinstall it on another device for playback on the cloud service. This creates problems for game publishers and the different licenses involved in playing games on multiple platforms.

This means that NVIDIA’s agreement with the game publisher has caused some unresolved licensing disputes.

When GeForce Now is free and in beta, this does not seem to be a major issue. However, since the trial version was released in February for $4.99 per month, some publishers have deleted their titles.

Nvidia assures people that the removal of these games is not as extensive as it seems. GeForce Now is still seeking help from Ubisoft to build its game library using the Far Cry and Assassin's Creed series.

Chris Early, Senior Vice President of Partnerships at Ubisoft, said: “Ubisoft is fully compatible with Nvidia’s GeForce NOW, and we can fully access our PC games from the Ubisoft Store or any supported game store. We believe this is a cutting-edge service that can be Provide a first-class experience for new and old PC gamers, so that they can choose more how and where to play their favorite games. "

Cyberpunk 2077 also seems to be

when GeForce Now is released. This is at least for streaming services. It is hopeful. Nvidia also recently mentioned in their blog post that the number of registered users is "growing millions". However, they did not disclose the company number.

If we hear more detailed information and updates on Nvidia GeForce Now, we'll keep you posted. We'd love to hear your thoughts on Nvidia's cloud gaming services. Feel free to leave us a message below.

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