2K Games pulls Borderlands, XCOM, Civ, and more from GeForce Now streaming
Nvidia posted on its forums on Friday that “per writer request, please be suggested 2K Video games titles might be faraway from GeForce Now in the present day,” the most recent in a collection of losses for the promising cloud streaming platform. GeForce Now launched out of a prolonged beta in February, providing PC players a strategy to stream video games they already personal on Steam and different platforms from a strong cloud PC.
Publishers Bethesda and Activision lately requested Nvidia to take away their video games from GeForce Now’s compatibility record. Earlier than GeForce Now exited beta, Capcom and Sq. Enix additionally eliminated a few of their video games from the service. 2K publishes the Bioshock collection, Civilization, Borderlands, Mafia, and plenty of extra.
As I lined in an explainer in regards to the GeForce Now controversy this week, the change from a free beta to a service with a paid membership tier looks as if a part of the problem for publishers who beforehand supported GeForce Now. Some indie builders have additionally expressed shock to seek out their video games supported on GeForce Now with out their data, although in accordance with Nvidia’s interactions with different builders, it supposed for GeForce Now to finally assist the majority of the Steam library.
“We’re working with 2K Video games to re-enable their video games sooner or later,” Nvidia wrote on its boards.
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