All on-demand services, apart from its exclusive content, has agreements to offer content from different publishers for a certain time. And when the deadlines are met, there is the option to renew or dispense with titles, movies, series, etc. In the case of recent services that opt for this model in the video game sector. Things are no different and in the case of GeForce Now there is important information.
Through a post on the official blog of GeForce Now, NVIDIA reported that games from Xbox Game Studios, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Codemasters, and Klei Entertainment will no longer be supported on the service beginning April 24. As reported in the post, NVIDIA regretted their departure and wish they would soon return to their game library. Which will now have the absences from Gears of War, Halo, as well as Batman: Arkham installments and the company’s racing titles.
Likewise, NVIDIA took the opportunity to endorse the support that Ubisoft, Epic Games and Bandai Namco continue to give to GeForce Now. It also assured that the objective is to provide the service with an offer of more than 1500 titles. For which they are working with different publishers to ensure new deals that bring your games to the platform.
Despite its good reception, GeForce Now has had to contend with the sudden cessation of support and support from Activision Blizzard, 2K Games and Bethesda, whose games can no longer be deployed through the service.