2K Games has become the latest publishing company to withdraw titles from Nvidia’s GeForce Now subscription service.
“By publisher request, please note that 2K Games titles will be removed from GeForce Now today,” Nvidia announced on their forums. “We are working with 2K Games to reactivate their games in the future.”
2K has a lot of titles they’ve published, many of which are incredibly popular reference titles. You’ll likely recognize their titles from the Bioshock franchise, Borderlands titles, Civilization games, and the NBA 2K series. They have also participated in titles like The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, and a handful of other important titles.
2K Games Pulls Their Titles From Nvidia’s GeForce Now Gaming Service
Withdrawing from the program is a big blow to Nvidia Now, as there are a wide variety of titles that will be removed. On top of that, 2K is just the latest of several companies to have abandoned, including Activision-Blizzard and Bethesda, which left in February. Between the three, many popular titles have been removed from the subscription service, which has just been released.
of the service, but appear to have changed their minds after the beta is finished. Many assume that this is because the beta version was free and Nvidia now charges a subscription service. Although a free service is still offered, it is so limited that it is practically useless, including standard access and “one hour session length”.
According to The Verge, 2K Games has apparently “requested that its games be removed from GeForce Now, as there is currently no commercial agreement in place with Nvidia”. We also know that Activision-Blizzard withdrew their games because Nvidia never got permission to have them after the beta. It seems likely that the same thing