Joining a similar announcement from Activision Blizzard only days ago, NVIDIA has revealed that Bethesda Softworks is pulling its titles from the GeForce Now cloud gaming platform. There will be one exception to the change: Wolfenstein Youngblood will remain available to subscribers. It’s unclear why this particular game will stick around while the others leave. GeForce Now officially launched with … Continue reading (Date:02/22/2020 03:11) Read full article >>

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