Following the removal of Activision
and Bethesda games from GeForce Now, 2K Games has now chosen to remove its
games from the once-promising cloud streaming service as well. When Bethesda
chose to remove all but one of its games – Wolfenstein Youngblood – it was said
that there was a misunderstanding on Nvidia’s part. As of now, there’s no word
about why 2K Games has joined the slowly growing list of publishers to leave
News comes via a post on Nvidia’s forums in a very short announcement that said nothing more than:
Per publisher request, please be
advised 2K Games titles will be removed from GeForce NOW today. We are working
with 2K Games to re-enable their games in the future.
Before GeForce Now exited the beta testing phase, Capcom and
Square Enix removed their games from the service, so the publishers that have
left in the last year include:
CapcomSquare EnixBethesdaActivision2K Games
It seems as if there was a serious misunderstanding between
Nvidia and publishers...