GeForce NowBad news for the owners of GeForce Now: further games will be removed from the catalog starting from April 24th and these are rather significant defections.

In fact, the headlines will leave the streaming game service Xbox Game Studios, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, Codemasters and Klei Entertainment. This means that titles like Halo, Dirt and Mortal Kombat, just to name a few, will no longer be available on the platform.

Unlike other cloud gaming services like Stadia, GeForce Now allows you to stream the titles purchased on other digital stores, such as Steam. A system that basically allows you to unify the catalog of games available to individual users but that seems to have caught the software houses a bit by surprise.

In fact, these abandonments follow those of big names of the videogame industry like Bethesda, 2K Games e Activision who had left the service a few weeks ago. Without considering the diatribe with Hinterland Studio (The Long Dark) who accused Nvidia of adding its main title to the catalog without any permission.