GeForce NOW is perhaps the strongest competitor to Google’s Stadia in the realm of cloud gaming services. However, the newly-launched service has now suffered a considerable blow; two major publishers pulling support for their games in the span of a single week. Following Activision Blizzard’s decision to pull their games from GeForce NOW, Bethesda has now chosen to follow suit. As of today, the only Bethesda game left on GeForce NOW is Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
Bethesda Pulls Support for Their Games from GeForce NOW
The decision doesn’t just affect core Bethesda titles like Elder Scrolls and Fallout. Rather, it affects all games published by Bethesda Softworks, including the Prey, Doom, and Wolfenstein franchises (Although Wolfenstein: Youngblood is the sole Bethesda game remaining on the service).
It’s currently unknown why Bethesda has chosen to depart from GeForce NOW, just a few weeks after its public launch on the 4th of February. The announcement, which was made earlier today by NVIDIA, didn’t offer any reasons for the publisher’s decision. However, it’s likely that the publisher left for similar reasons as Activision; last week, Activision Blizzard chose to pull support for their games from GeForce NOW over a licensing dispute. Read More