Nvidia’s streaming service GeForce Now has taken another hit as 2K Games has removed its catalogue of titles effective immediately. This follows both Bethesda and Activision Blizzard’s titles getting taken down from the service as the publishers did not agree for their titles to be on the service outside of the beta phase. The 2K removal announcement came overnight and plainly stated:
- Free account offers unlimited one hour gaming sessions, but need to queue.
- 60+ fps across the board. Capped at 1080p.
- Premium account offers priority queues, six hour sessions, RTX On at $4.99
- Links to different stores including Steam, Epic, Uplay giving access to thousands of games.
- Support on TV, Android phones, Macs, PCs, laptops. Chromebook support coming soon.
- Currently only Premium edition available.
- Requires Google Chromecast Ultra and Stadia for TV
- Currently only works on Google Pixel phones.
- On PC requires Google Chrome browser.
- Closed platform with only Stadia store titles compatible.
- Advertise to offer up to 60fps at 4K for Pro subscribers
If Nvidia keeps losing titles at the rate it is as publishers pull out GeForce Now may struggle to get long term traction, despite what it offers.