Last week, a large number of Mobile Blizzard’s games pulled out of Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming platform, when everyone thought it was a disarray between the two big companies, and now we’re finally learning the details. According to Bloomberg, the Live View Blizzard game on the Nvidia GeForce Now live platform is a requirement from Activision Blizzard.
Obviously, the two companies have never signed any formal business cooperation agreements, so there is no such thing as “chaos” or “breakup”.
Nvidia said it was a “misunderstanding” because Activision was involved in GeForce Now’s beta testing and was one of the platform’s founding partners, so Nvidia mistakenly thought they would extend beta testing to its current trial period.
“Activision Blizzard was a great partner during GeForce Now beta testing, and we extended the service to the current trial period for all founding members free of charge, so we included them.” Aware of this misunderstanding, we have removed their games from our platform and hope that we can work with them again in the future to re-introduce them in the future. “
The GeForce Now platform allows players to stream PC games on platforms such as Steam and UPlay to other devices, which can be considered a cloud gaming platform launched by Nvidia, but do not have their own game library. You can pay for the hour, or you can pay $4.99 a month.