• Activision Blizzard a few days ago pulled its titles from GeForce Now cloud game streaming service
  • Recently, Nvidia announced that it lost almost all Bethesda Softworks titles on its GeForce Now
  • The only Bethesda title available on GeForce Now is "Wolfstein: Youngblood"

Nvidia’s GeForce Now gets another fatal blow as another major game publisher pulled out almost all of its game support and titles. It appears that the cloud gaming service f the company had a very rocky start since it ended its beta phase this month. Recently, Nvidia said that it is losing games from Bethesda Softworks.

Bethesda Titles On GeForce Now

In a recent statement, Nvidia revealed that it lost almost all games from Bethesda Softworks. This includes games like “Fallout 3,” “Fallout 76,” and “Fallout New Vegas.” other titles like “The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim” it's Special Edition, “Doom,” “Dishonored,” “Dishonored 2,” and “The Evil Within 2” are no longer on the company’s cloud game streaming service. The only title available on GeForce Now is “Wolfstein: Youngblood.”

A week ago, Activision Blizzard also pulled out its titles on Nvidia GeForce Now. The issue was because of a licensing dispute. Earlier reports revealed that the company had access to titles under Activision Blizzard when the game streaming service was still in its beta stage.

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However, it appears that Nvidia never had the full permission of the titles when the product was released. Additionally, Nvidia began charging $5 a month for it. It can be recalled that the service was free to users who were able to get off the wait list.

Other Details

At this point, it is not clear if these same issues were the reasons for the sudden decision of Bethesda of removing almost all of its titles in GeForce Now. Nividia did not disclose the reason behind Bethesda’s decision or why only “Wolfstein: Youngblood” is the only Bethesda title available on the platform. Since the start of the month, Nvidia rolled out the GeForce Now out of beta.

The latest cloud game streaming service from the company enables users to stream titles that they own and gain access to other digital storefronts. It includes the Epic Games Store and Steam. At present, Nvidia’s GeForce Now is available for free for an hour of the trial session to any user. It is also free for 90 days to Founders. The company charges $4.99 each month.