All games produced by Activision Blizzard have been removed from the catalog of GeForce Now, the NVIDIA streaming platform.
GeForce Now has seen all the games produced by Activision Blizzard removed, apparently without a publisher’s stated reason. The titles removed from the catalog of the NVIDIA service include names such as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Overwatch, but the list as we know is quite substantial and it is not known the reasons behind this provision. NVIDIA, for its part, reacted diplomatically: “As unpleasant as the episode is, we hope to work together with Activision Blizzard to reintegrate these games
and more in the future, “wrote the company in a note.
Recently available officially, for free or with a subscription, GeForce Now finds itself having to fight what looks like a real war of game streaming platforms.
Considering that even an important actor like Google Stadia is experiencing difficulties in establishing itself, it is clear that this is still a difficult playing field.