Nvidia has officially confirmed that games from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Xbox Game Studios, Codemasters and Klei Entertainment (Don’t Starve, Mark of the Ninja) will no longer be available on GeForce Now starting Friday, April 24th.
This means that registered users of the streaming service will not be able to play GeForce Now-compatible games such as Batman: Arkham or Warner Bros. Mortal Kombat, nor will they be able to play Codemasters’ F1 or any Xbox Games Studios games that might make the list, such as Halo: The Master Chief Collection or the upcoming Gears Tactics.
In the same release from Nvidia, Ubisoft’s support is confirmed as all the releases of two popular sagas such as Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry are now available in the list of supported games.
For the moment, the reason why this new batch of companies has decided to withdraw their game catalogue from GeForce Now has not been disclosed. In any case, Nvidia wants to continue increasing its list of compatible games and, besides having the support of Ubisoft, Epic Games, Bungie or Bandai Namco, it assures that it has 1,500 more games on the way.