It looks like Activision Blizzard is eager to reassure fans after the most recent controver-
Oh…well I guess not.
Announced via a post from Cory@NVIDIA here, the publisher has apparently asked that all of their titles be removed from the Nvidia streaming platform, meaning that you won’t be able to play Call of Duty, Overwatch or Warcraft titles via GeForce NOW.
Speaking on the issue, Cory said that the company hoped “to work together with Activision Blizzard to reenable these games” but at the same time, it isn’t exactly a customer-friendly move from the developer, something which fans may now be used to.
It also allows us to speculate that Activision Blizzard may have some form of deal with Google in the near future to provide games for Stadia as exclusives, having recently signed a contract that sees Google host all of Activision Blizzard’s Esports leagues.
Having recently caused controversy not only with Hearthstone, but also with the recent release of the broken remaster of Warcraft III, Activision Blizzard will have to work hard to get fans back on their side, if that’s even possible at this point.
What do you think about the move?
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