NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW game streaming service has come under pressure lately. Big names like them Activision Blizzard and Bethesda have separated from the streaming service and now added to that list is another game editor, 2K games.
Similar to a story we heard at the beginning of last week, Activision Blizzard mentions that they never gave NVIDIA permission to broadcast their games on the platform, particularly after a beta period expired. So that seems to be a contractual disagreement, perhaps it will be resolved between the parties since in the end it is only currency. Nvidia noted on their blog that they are talking to 2K Games in an attempt to bring the games back to the servers.
In other news, NVIDIA is adding some titles, Tim Sweeney on Twitter notes that they will support the platform
GeForce NOW is a game streaming service, with a free account on this service you can play one hour a day for free, and for RTX options or longer play time, you need to subscribe and pay a monthly fee. GeForce NOW is only for streaming games that you already own from a powerful cloud computer and therefore in effect a time of “server rental” for streaming your own games and connecting through let’s say Steam.
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