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2K Games’ titles pulled from GeForce Now

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2K Games have had their titles pulled from GeForce Now, as NVIDIA revealed in a statement on their forums. Going further, a statement said, “Per publisher request, please be advised 2K Games titles will be removed from GeForce NOW today,” explained a statement from the GPU maker. The NVIDIA rep said the company is eager to work with their partners on finding a solution to these problems for GeForce Now, and hopes to be able to work with 2K in the future.

And this is just the latest in bad news for NVIDIA. Activision Blizzard, Bethesda and others have all had their titles pulled. GeForce Now has had early success combating the likes of Stadai thanks to a much larger library of games and better performance. Sure there’s some lag issues and the persistent problems with games being pulled amid rights disputes, but the overall service has gained solid appeal.

The $5 buy-in price for a priority 6-hour session, after which a gamer can just rejoin the queue to play a new game, is a great deal compared to the lackluster à la carte option offered by Google Stadia. And with Microsoft’s XCloud still stuck in a very limited beta period, NVIDIA has a golden opportunity, assuming they can overcome their current issues.

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The full list of games requested by 2K Games to be removed from GeForce Now includes titles like Borderlands, Bioshock Infinite, XCOM 2 as well as Civilization and other classics.

2K Games has had their games pulled from GeForce Now, as NVIDIA revealed in a statement on their forums. Going further, a statement said, “Per publisher request, please be advised 2K Games titles will be removed from GeForce NOW today,” explained a statement from the GPU maker. The NVIDIA rep said the company is eager to work with their partners on finding a solution to these problems for GeForce Now, and hopes to be able to work with 2K in the future.

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