• The Nvidia-Activision divorce is what cloud gaming critics fear

    7 monthes ago - By The Next Web

    Nvidia's GeForce Now streaming service suffered a blow earlier this week when all of the games from publishers Activision Blizzard disappeared from the service. The games apparently weren't supposed to be on the service to begin with - but their disappearance is something that those who resist digital gaming subscriptions are afraid of happening. The list of games included Diablo 3, Overwatch, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and they disappeared from GeForce Now around Tuesday. At the time, a spokesperson on the GeForce Now forums made it clear to users that they would just have to deal...
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  • NVIDIA says withdrawal of Activision Blizzard from GeForce NOW was a ‘misunderstanding'

    NVIDIA says withdrawal of Activision Blizzard from GeForce NOW was a ‘misunderstanding'

    7 monthes ago - By WMPoweruser

    A few days ago, Activision Blizzard opted to remove its entire gaming library from GeForce NOW. NVIDIA now says that the move was due to a ‘misunderstanding'. Activision Blizzard agreed to participate in GeForce NOW's beta test, which NVIDIA took to mean that the company would also participate in GeForce NOW's trial period following its...
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  • Activision GeForce Now Issue Was Due To "Misunderstanding" Says Nvidia

    7 monthes ago - By GameSpot

    When Nvidia abruptly pulled support for the entire library of Activision Blizzard games on its GeForce Now streaming service , it offered little explanation other than casting blame towards the publisher. Nvidia has now provided a more detailed and softer explanation, chalking it up to a simple misunderstanding. Bloomberg reports that since Activision had participated in the beta test, Nvidia mistakenly thought the agreement extended into the free trial period for founders. The issue came up because Activision wanted a new commercial agreement for the general public launch, the company...
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