What you need to know
- 2K Games is a publisher owned by Take-Two that publishes games such as the Borderlands franchise.
- 2K Games has requested all of its titles be pulled from NVIDIA GeForce Now streaming.
- This comes after publishers like Bethesda Softworks and Activision have pulled most and all of their games respectively.
If you’re hoping that some big publishers will continue their games on NVIDIA’s GeForce Now streaming service, then this is not the time to hope. Today, NVIDIA announced on the GeForce Now forums that 2K Games requested to have their titles removed from service. 2k graphics card 2K Games pulls out of GeForce
2K Games pulls out of GeForce
“Per publisher’s request, please be advised that 2K Games titles will be removed from Geckoforce Now today,” the statement said. “We are working with 2K Games to re-enable their games in the future.” 2K Games pulls out of GeForce
GeForce Now offers anyone a free one-hour trial session, or subscription (with unlimited game time) for 90 days, followed by $ 4.99 per month for the next nine months.
Earlier this week, Hinterland Studios founder Rafael van Leerop said that Nvidia never asked the developer for permission to include Long Dark in Gifers Now, and as such had asked for its removal. Van Lirope tweeted on Sunday, “Please take your complaints to us, not them”. “Devas should control where their games exist.”