Farewell Doom, Skyrim and Dishonored. Bethesda Softworks joins Blizzard on the list of publishers who no longer wish to be part of the GeForce NOW adventure.
All games from the publisher except the last one Wolfenstein (Youngblood) – presumably because it is RTX compatible – will no longer be accessible via the service cloud gaming from Nvidia, whether the titles were purchased on Steam or Bethesda.net (the publisher’s store client).
No details were given of the reasons for this departure. Nvidia considers that:
” Studios and developers are free to allow or not allow access to their games in the cloud via a third-party service. We have chosen to offer a paid service (Editor's note: In addition to the free and limited option) which may not be suitable for some publishers. We are confident that we will soon have more arrivals than departures “.
Besides, Nvidia announced at the end of last week that the game is expected to be that of the year, the much anticipated Cyberpunk 2077, would be accessible as soon as it is released on GeForce NOW.
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It should also be available on Stadia – Google’s Cloud Gaming service – but you will have to buy it (again) on Stadia to enjoy it, while with GeForce NOW, a copy purchased on Steam should be enough to play on PC and in the cloud.