Out of its testing period in April of last year, the service GeForce Now has suffered a number of disappointments, of major publishers have decided to withdraw their games platform cloud gaming Nvidia. Blow on blow, GeForce Now has lost the support of Activision Blizzard, Bethesda, Square Enix, 2K, then for Xbox Game Studios, Warner Bros. and Codemasters. Whether or not it is for certain that book their games to their own service cloud gaming (xCloud for Xbox), this was for other than a question of negotiation, these publishers do not see necessarily a very good eye for the use of their games without consideration. In fact, in spite of an operation that involves the purchase of the games outside of GeForce Now — that does not have the built-in store, the service has still need games to exist, and publishers are now in a position of strength, forcing Nvidia to sign agreements.
Tomb Raider, Deus Exbut also Fortnite at the appointment
Nvidia, however, seems determined to win back the hearts of the editors who have left the service and just announced the return of Square Enix. 14 games editor come well to land on GeForce Now, among which the last trilogy Tomb Raiderthe last 2 games of the series Just Cause (3 and 4), Deus Ex (Human Revolution and Mankind Divided) and Life is Strange, as well as The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit, Sleeping Dogs, Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance, Boundless and finally Battalion 1944.
Epic Games confirms, for its part, its support, offering the season 3 of chapter 2 of Fortnite on GeForce Now, as well as several games (Satisfactory, Smite, Paladins, Samurai Shodown Neogeo Collection). There are added Hardspace: Shipbreaker and Automationfor a total of 21 new games on GeForce Now.
Cyberpunk 2077 in raytracing on GeForce Now from the November 19, 2020
The studio CD Projekt Red has authorized the operation on GeForce Now of his much-anticipated Cyberpunk 2077, the output of which has just once again pushed back to November 19, 2020. The Steam version of the game will be well playable upon its release, with its effects of raytracing (RTX, in Nvidia).
Nvidia will he be able to convince other large publishers to join its GeForce Now, including those who have decided to leave these last few weeks ? One can only hope the service who have demonstrated great qualities in his test and asking them to work with more games still.