When it comes to video game titles and digital services, they are prone to disappearing. There have been several instances where a game was removed from a digital marketplace for one reason or another. It could have been due to the fact that the game was hit with licensing issues or even exclusivity deals.
You may have remembered Nvidia’s GeForce service just rolled out. It’s a service that is bound to give Google Stadia a run for its money. For instance, the service works on several digital client services whereas Google has its own client. If you’re someone who has several video game titles across different services then you may find the Nvidia GeForce Now streaming service more enticing.
As mentioned, the service just opened up and while games disappearing is not anything out of the ordinary, it seems that the entire Activision Blizzard catalog of video games was removed. It’s a bit of a surprise to see such a big catalog of video games get removed all of the sudden especially from a service that just launched.
Nvidia makes mention that they are still working to bring as many video game titles to be supported on the service. As a result, you may see newly supported games added weekly. With that said, the company is hoping to bring back the line of Activision Blizzard games soon. For now, you can still enjoy a wide range of video games through the GeForce Now service.