GeForce Now, the cloud-focused game service developed by Nvidia with great hopes, has lost support for all games under the umbrella of Activision Blizzard, including the series Overwatch, World of Warcraft and Call of Duty.
Tested by a giant test team of 300,000 people during the two-year beta process, GeForce Now allows you to play AAA-level games smoothly at 1080p resolution, even on an average computer. The platform, which promised to bring the need for hardware to the minimum, showed that it could even challenge PS5 with the benchmark results that leaked the other day.
Of course, not everything is for geForce Now. Nvidia announced today that Activision Blizzard games were withdrawn from the platform. This means that giant games such as Overwatch, World of Warcraft and Call of Duty series cannot be played via the cloud service.
Firms such as Capcom, EA, Konami, Remedy, Rockstar and Square Enix also announced that the GeForce Now platform was withdrawn after the beta period ended. Now, Activision Blizzard has been added to these companies. Saying that he hopes to work with Activision Blizzard to bring back the games, Nvidia does not, however, explain why the leaf shedding on the platform happened exactly.
Nvidia’s GeForce Now service offers players an economical and useful way with a cloud-driven logic. But pulling big companies off the platform one by one raises big questions about the potential of GeForce Now. However, let’s say that this situation is likely to change in the medium term. GeForce Now, which was a competitor to Google Stadia, was available to all users last week, completing its two-year beta process.