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All Bethesda games save for Wolfenstein Youngblood pulled from GeForce Now

Bethesda has pulled all of its games from Nvidia's GeForce Now service except for Wolfenstein Youngblood.

News of all games save for Wolfenstein Youngblood being taken off GeForce Now was announced on the service's official forums (thanks, Gamasutra).

Nvidia did not disclose the reason Bethesda opted to pull its games.

Just yesterday, Nvidia announced over one million users signed up for its streaming platform and said that 1,500 games are coming to the service.

Nvidia said in the announcement to expect companies to remove games before the current trial period ends; however, it believes games will be brought back once the value of the service is realized.

“As the transition period comes to completion, game removals should be few and far between, with new games added to GeForce Now each week,” said Nvidia in the announcement.

Last month, Activision Blizzard games were pulled as the two companies never signed a formal commercial agreement for the games to be available on the streaming service after the beta concluded.

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