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Bethesda has removed its games from GeForce Now

Bethesda titles are no longer featured on GeForce Now. The communication came from Nvidia herself with a post on her forum where she published the list of all removed games. The only one...
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1500 titles will arrive on GeForce Now

Nvidia has announced that over 1500 titles will arrive on GeForce Now. The famous hardware manufacturer has announced how the service has already exceeded one million subscribers between free plan and Founder Membership, including ...
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Nvidia GeForce Now: Activision Blizzard games removed for "misunderstanding"

A few days ago, Activision Blizzard's games were removed from the catalog of GeForce Now, the cloud gaming platform from Nvidia. As reported by Bloomberg, the headlines would have been removed on ...
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Nvidia GeForce Now, all Activision-Blizzard games retired

The Nvidia Geforce Now streaming service is finally available for use even outside the Beta environment. However, there are many problems inherent in the catalog. Activision-Blizzard has indeed withdrawn all its titles from the catalog. Without giving ...

Glu Mobile Announces Change of Location of Annual Meeting of Stockholders ...

SAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Glu Mobile Inc. (NASDAQ: GLUU), a leading developer and publisher of mobile games, today announced that, due to the public health impact of ...

Silent Hill arrives on Dead by Daylight via DLC

Today marks the fourth anniversary of the release of Dead by Daylight, the survival horror of Behavior Interactive, and what better way to celebrate if not by announcing ...

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