Things aren’t getting any easier for Nvidia’s GeForce NOW service. And now 2K is adding to their woes with its announcement that they, too, are pulling their games.
The official post from Nvidia reads, “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.”
They join Activision, Hinterland Games, and Bethesda in doing so, Kotaku reports.
The GeForce NOW allows gamers to stream to their Nvidia Shield TV device.
What made it somewhat novel is that it let you do this with PC games you already owned – unlike the Google Stadia which lets you do this with games you have purchased through that service.
GeForce NOW is also markedly cheaper than Google Stadia when it comes to the monthly subscription fee. Coming in at $5, it presents a bargain for people with a huge library of games that just want to stream them to a television set or tablet. But that might be getting more difficult as more publishers pull their titles from it.
Even with this news, it isn’t like Nvidia’s competitors are having a better go of it. The Google Stadia is markedly faltering in the public eye and many people are questioning its purpose – not good signs so shortly after release. In all, the whole thing is a disappointment so far but things could change. We’ll take a wait-and-see approach.
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