Nvidia has a GeForce NOW, a promising streaming service where you can play listed games on the laptop, desktop, Mac, SHIELD TV, or an Android device. But it is in the news this year because a group of AAA game developers are making exit from the program. Now it is no different. The discrete graphics hardware giant made a post, saying that Warner Bros Interactive, XBOX Game Studios, Codemasters and Vancouver-based Klei Entertainment to make an exit on the 24th April.
The company has not said the number of games will be removed as a result.
The State of GeForce NOW
Nvidia GeForce NOW has some ups and downs with some game developers. At an earlier day, Activision, Bethesda and 2K Games made an exit. For now, they do have CD Projekt RED where its highly anticipated game Cyberpunk 2077 will be available on GeForce NOW at the time of launch. There’s still a lot of titles listed in GeForce NOW.
Ubisoft will stay on board, with a large catalog of AAA games listed. Nvidia said they are proud to announce the addition of Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry series from today. There will be more games to be added. It is likely to add Tom Clancy’s series, Watch Dogs and even Rainbow Six Siege.
One of the most popular multiplayer games on UPlay is Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. It may eventually appear with many of Ubisoft’s top franchises: Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, For Honor, Tom Clancy’s titles, Tom Clancy’s The Division and Watch Dogs.
GeForce NOW’s popular games
Nvidia seems optimistic despite the developer’s exit. There have been gamers taking advantage of GeForce NOW for Destiny 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rust, Warframe and a few others. It would be nice to see GeForce NOW’s active userbase count.
For now, Nvidia hopes they’ll return in the future. But have many games listed in its program. It appears to be a setback. But it doesn’t look like GeForce NOW is a bust.
Source: Nvidia Bog