Since its launch earlier this year, NVIDIA GeForce Now has seen how a number of video game studios have decided to remove their titles from the streaming service.
GeForce Now is not a traditional streaming service where users pay a monthly fee and can enjoy any game on the service, but users need to own the games they want to play in the cloud.
In recent months, big developers have decided to move away from GeForce Now, including Activision Blizzard, Bethesda, and 2K Games, which has angered those users who had bought the game just to enjoy it on GeForce Now.
As a result, NVIDIA has decided to make some drastic changes to its policies regarding games that are accessible through GeForce Now.
In a new blog post, NVIDIA has announced that more than 200 developers have committed to supporting the service. From now on, GeForce Now if only staying game developers have confirmed their interest. Games that have not confirmed that their games can be part of the service before May 31, will be removed from GeForce Now.
- Titles that have chosen to stay in the service as of May 27
- Titles showing developers who have confirmed to stay on the service
- Titles that will no longer be available from May 31.
The list of games that leave the service is much shorter than the list of games that have chosen to stay, but 91 games will leave the service, which is quite a high number.
The list could shrink as we get closer to May 31, assuming more developers decide to drop their games on GeForce Now.
Right now, some pretty big titles are leaving service this weekend, including Tabletop Simulator, Project CARS 2, various Football Manager games, and some popular indie titles like Celeste and Darkest Dungeon.
We will see if more developers decide to stay, but for now, it seems that many games will no longer be available in GeForce Now after the weekend.