GeForce Now: more games that are disappearing…

Since its launch last February, GeForce Now seems to have great difficulty in retaining game publishers… Indeed, only a few days after the service was available, Activision-Blizzard and Bethesda abandoned the platform, closely followed by 2K Games… Today 'If Nvidia is proud to strengthen Ubisoft's presence, it must also let other publishers slip by …

Thus, in a blog post, Nvidia announces that the French giant Ubisoft " now fully supports GeForce Now". Some Ubisoft games, such as For Honor, WatchDogs or Ghost Recon were already available on GeForce Now. To these will soon be added all the games from the Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry licenses.

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Codemasters, Warner Bros, Klei and Microsoft Game Studios on the way out

By the end of May, Nvidia is announcing that games will make their debut on GeForce Now, while others will leave the platform. Even if Nvidia does its best to retain the main publishers, the American giant seems to have been able to do nothing to avoid the departure of four particularly important publishers …

As of this Friday, April 24, the games from the Codemasters studios (F1, DiRT Rally, etc.), Warner Bros Interactive (Batman, etc.) and even Klei Entertainment will be removed from GeForce Now. In addition, there are games from Microsoft Game Studios, which offer some licenses particularly popular with players, starting with Minecraft. Rather logical when you know that Microsoft is preparing its own Project xCloud. " We hope these will come back later Just explains Nvidia …

Nevertheless, Nvidia explains that the best PC games are indeed on GeForce Now. Thus, the majority of the most played games on Steam (Destiny 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Hearts of Iron IV, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord…) are indeed present on GeForce Now. In total, 30 of the 40 most popular Steam games are on GeForce Now according to Nvidia.