It looks like GeForce NOW, the new streaming service from Nvidia, could be in trouble, with the platform not only losing all titles from Activision Blizzard, but also Bethesda.
Announced via a post by Nvidia staff member Cory here, it looks like Bethesda have asked for their games to be removed, with only Wolfenstein Youngblood remaining available for members of the streaming service.
Seen as a positive step in the streaming market with a more reasonably priced service when compared to Google’s Stadia, GeForce NOW was on track to do well with gamers, however, with so many publishers starting to pull titles, can the service survive if more continue to follow suit?
It also allows to ask whether the gaming industry is really ready for streaming, as well as whether several of these studios have their own plans for streaming services in the distant future.
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