Streaming platform GeForce Now last week out of beta test, but it almost immediately had problems. The fact is that the publisher Activision Blizzard has demanded from Nvidia to remove a catalogue of games from the cloud, for reasons that are not called.
Thus, subscribers GeForce Now (in Russia it is called GFN.RU) will not be able to play Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, Overwatch , and so forth. This is a Wake-up call, given that at the start of the platform also presented a directory of projects from Capcom, EA, Konami, Remedy, Rockstar and Square Enix.
Unlike other streaming services, GeForce Now allows to run already existing in your library in Steam games. In this case Nvidia added support for ray tracing in some projects (“Metro Exodus“).
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