Game-publisher and developer studios have to explicitly explicitly allow streaming over the cloud gaming service GeForce Now if they did not choose from Nvidia’s offer. NVIDIA now sets a so-called opt-in model after the company had to remove the titles of some highly careful studios on their desire.
At the other model other than Nvidia’s changeover nothing: Users must continue to buy games themselves on platforms such as Steam, Origin or UPlay and can then run them via Geforce Now on Nvidia’s servers. The final device only sends the touch or peripheral input to the server and represents the finished rendered stream – thus running, for example, graphically expensive 3D games on a smartphone.
More games fly out
Nvidia provides a catalog of available games on a support website via Geforce Now, which also lists cooperating publishers. The overview was allowed to grow even further after the conversion to an opt-in procedure, for the time being falling to 1. However, June 2020 out several dozen titles, including: the racing simulations "Assetto Corsa" and "Project Cars 1 + 2", The MMORPG "Guild Wars 2", the shooter "Hunt: Showdown", The space simulation "Kerbal Space Program", the strategy game "Total was: Three Kingdoms" and a few "Warhammer 40.000"-title.
Previously, Nvidia lost the offer of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Studios ("Forza") And Warner Bros. ("Batman", "Mortal Combat"), 2K Games ("Borderlands", "Civilization"), coarse part Bethesda ("Dome", "fallout", "The Elder Scrolls") And Activision Blizzard ("Call of Duty", "Starcraft", "Warcraft"To).