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NVIDIA's game-streaming service continues to lose support. Mimicking Activision's decision from last week, Bethesda is the latest big-name publisher to pull its games from the GeForce NOW catalog.
NVIDIA's GeForce NOW only launched a few weeks ago but is quickly making big strides. One such giant step is having over 1,500 games signed up for the streaming service. As if that wasn't enough they claim over one million users have now signed up.
Let's hope that Cyberpunk 2077 doesn't suffer the same fate as Activision Blizzard's titles, which were abruptly pulled shortly after GeForce NOW launched. That was due to "a simple misunderstanding."
Cloud-based gaming has been getting a lot of press in the last six months. Ramping up things in 2020 Samsung has made new announcements. The latest comes during their presentation for the newest Galaxy line phones the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip.
The cloud-gaming service launched just a week ago, but it's already encountering significant hiccups. Call of Duty, Overwatch, and other ultra-popular titles have been pulled from GeForce NOW.
The cloud-gaming service is now available to any and all gamers who'd like to piggy-back off of NVIDIA's powerful machines and play their libraries from anywhere in the world.
The cloud-gaming service lets subscribers play their libraries from anywhere in the world by tapping into NVIDIA's high-performance PCs.
The Stadia Team announced yesterday that they've got big plans for Google's new game streaming service. One of the more notable highlights is goal to add over 120 games in 2020.
Microsoft continues to roll out new streaming services for Xbox One users in 2020. Now insiders can join in the newest Xbox One feature that let's you stream from your console to an Android device.