Few free-to-play shooters are more popular than Call of Duty: Warzone, thanks to some pretty graphics, fun gameplay, and updates that have changed the game a bit, so it’s good that this title has managed to gain a number of fans.
While Call of Duty: Warzone does have a number of issues that fans can’t stand, whether they be bugs that break the game, or awesome developers who made awesome platformers forced to make Warzone updates, it’s still a big shooter that everyone wants to play, so, naturally, many assumed it would be on GeForce Now.
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Sadly, that isn’t the case, because Activision has pulled all of their games from the Nvidia cloud gaming service GeForce Now, so Call of Duty: Warzone is no longer there, which is annoying for Nvidia users.
Here's what the Nvidia staff had to say about Activision:
AS WE TAKE GEFORCE NOW TO THE NEXT STEP IN ITS EVOLUTION, WE’VE WORKED WITH PUBLISHERS TO ONBOARD A ROBUST CATALOG OF YOUR PC GAMES.
THIS MEANS CONTINUALLY ADDING NEW GAMES, AND ON OCCASION, HAVING TO REMOVE GAMES – SIMILAR TO OTHER DIGITAL SERVICE PROVIDERS.
PER THEIR REQUEST, PLEASE BE ADVISED ACTIVISION BLIZZARD GAMES WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE SERVICE. WHILE UNFORTUNATE, WE HOPE TO WORK TOGETHER WITH ACTIVISION BLIZZARD TO REENABLE THESE GAMES AND MORE IN THE FUTURE.
IN ADDITION TO THE HUNDREDS OF GAMES CURRENTLY SUPPORTED, WE HAVE OVER 1,500 GAMES THAT DEVELOPERS HAVE ASKED TO BE ON-BOARDED TO THE SERVICE. LOOK FOR WEEKLY UPDATES AS TO NEW GAMES WE ARE ADDING.
Though Nvidia are open to working with Activision, it’s not the same for the latter and unless things change, it looks like we won’t be getting Warzone on GeForce Now anytime soon, which is unfortunate.
Considering how Warzone is on systems like the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC, it’s disappointing that they wouldn’t put the shooter on this service since it’s already free.
Yeah, the game is already popular so you could argue that GeForce Now wouldn’t add much but being able to grow that audience even a little is important so here’s hoping that Activision eventually changes their mind.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available now on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC as a free-to-play game with microtransactions.