GeForce Now is getting another library update this week, bringing in support for streaming more Ubisoft titles, although Xbox Game Studios, Warner Bros, Codemasters and Klei Entertainment titles will be dropping out for the time being.
In the latest update, Nvidia confirms that as of today, Ubisoft is allowing all the games in the Assassin's Creed and Far Cry franchises to be streamed via GeForce Now. There will be more Ubisoft games joining the service “in the coming weeks”. Nvidia also continues to have support from Epic Games, Valve, Bungie, Bandai Namco and other publishers.
Unfortunately, there are also games that will no longer be accessible via GeForce Now. Codemasters, the studio behind Dirt Rally and other racing titles is removing support. Xbox Game Studios titles are also being removed, which isn't too surprising as Microsoft has its own competing service, Project xCloud, in the works.
Warner Bros is perhaps a bigger loss, meaning GeForce Now will lose the Batman Arkham, Middle-Earth, Mortal Kombat and a few other franchises.
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KitGuru Says: It is unfortunate to see publishers moving away from GeForce Now but hopefully Nvidia can convince them to come back later down the line. In the meantime, there is still quite a lot available and ready to play. Have many of you been using GeForce Now since launch? How has your experience been?