Four publishers are removing games from Nvidia's GeForce Now service.
Nvidia announced that four publishers have canceled their ownership of their game streaming services, GeForcew.
Up April 24, Games obtained from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Xbox Game Studio, Codemasters and Klei Entertainment will be removed from the service this Friday. Nvidia said it hopes these titles will reappear in the future.
NVIDIA has previously stated that more than one million people have registered for the streaming platform, but as the platform shifts to paid services, some publishers may choose to delete the game before the trial period ends.
In recent months, other publishers such as Activision, Bethesda and 2K Games have also revoked the copyright of Nvidia's streaming service.
The blog post also pointed out that some titles of Ubisoft now support Game Ready on GeForce Now. These include four Assassin's Creed titles and Far Cry 1-3.
Nvidia previously announced that it has 1,500 games in its queue, so users can expect to provide a large number of games in the future. One of these titles is "Cyberpunk 2077", which will be available on the service on the release date.
If you are not willing to try the service, then Alex must talk about his service experience.