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When NVIDIA's game-streaming service GeForce NOW exited its beta phase there was genuine cause for excitement. The pitch was simple, play the games you already own on services like Steam or Uplay but stream them with low-latency on high-end GeForce RTX rigs. With competing services and licensing though a number of high profile publishers have since pulled compatibility with their libraries.

And today that list grows with games from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, XBOX Game Studios, Codemasters and Klei Entertainment set to be removed at the end of the week. As per NVIDIA's post, the company is actively changing the way it approaches additions to the service by shifting focus to new releases.
Behind the scenes, we’re working with digital game stores so publishers can tag their games for streaming on GeForce NOW, right when they publish a game. This will help us bring more games to the library, quicker, as well as provide a more stable catalog.

With that in mind it plans on publishing Game Ready on GeForce NOW additions every Thursday, with large batches expected throughout April and May. On that front NVIDIA is quick to point out that many of the top games on Steam are currently supported - including Destiny 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Hearts of Iron IV, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, Rust, Warframe and Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem - in an attempt to lessen the doom and gloom of titles and publishers stepping away from the service.

In a spot of good GeForce NOW news, the entire catalog of Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry games from Ubisoft are now playable with more due soon. “Ubisoft fully supports NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW with complete access to our PC games from the Ubisoft Store or any supported game stores,” said Chris Early, senior vice president partnerships at Ubisoft. “We believe it’s a leading-edge service that gives current and new PC players a high-end experience with more choice in how and where they play their favorite games.”

Although GeForce Now isn't available in Australia, it's a service we're keen to see grow as it leverages your own libraries to provide access to high-end graphics hardware at the fraction of the cost of buying or building a new PC.

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