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Bethesda Removes Its Games From GeForce NOW

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW the streaming service from the GPU manufacturer has suffered another loss, a big chunk of games has been removed from the platform, this time is Bethesda who asked the removal of its games. The only game available from the developer is Wolfenstein: Youngblood.

NVIDIA recently saw Activision Blizzard games being asked for removal for a misunderstanding in the terms agreed by both companies. The GPU manufacturer has not revealed the reason behind Bethesda’s decision. On a positive note, yesterday NVIDIA announced that over one million of users had signed up for  GeForce NOW, and promised that over 1,500 games will arrive to the service.

“Please be advised most Bethesda Softworks titles will be removed from the GeForce NOW service today. Wolfenstein Youngblood will remain for all members. Founders members can continue to experience the game with RTX On.”

“As the transition period comes to completion, game removals should be few and far between, with new games added to GeForce Now each week,” said Nvidia in the announcement.

GeForce NOW has recently announced a free tier of the service, it represents NVIDIA’s ambition to reach the 1.2 billion players, those who made the personal computer the world’s largest  gaming platform. NVIDIA bets for GeForce Now, a cloud gaming service that will allow players with modest hardware stream games at the highest definition.

“You’re upgrading to a state-of-the-art gaming rig by virtually adding a GeForce graphics card to your PC, Mac, SHIELD or Android phone”

NVDIA says their cloud gaming service is ‘Open Platform’ the hardware developer explains that players who has purchased a game on Steam or Epic Games Store will be available to keep playing the game via GeForce Now. The service is currently offering a wide range of F2P games, NVIDIA confirmed 30 games are now available, promises that more games are already on its way to join their library.

Source: VG247

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