Recently, NVIDIA's GeForce Now platform has been in the news lately for Developers/Publishers pulling its games from the GeForce Now platform.
This includes both Activision Blizzard and Bethesda.
Now, after including a game on the GeForce Now library that they did not get permission for, they have been asked to remove the said game.
This game is Hinterland Studio's The Long Dark.
There's really nothing newsworthy or shocking about our decision here. The shocking part is people's reactions to it. Nvidia admitted they made a mistake releasing without our permission, apologized, asked us if we'd like to stay on the platform, and we said "not at the moment".— Raphael van Lierop (@RaphLife) March 2, 2020
According to The Long Dark's director, Raphael van Lierop, NVIDIA apologized for the lack of communication and asked if Hinterland Studio would like to keep their game on GeForce Now, however, they declined.
Both GeForce Now and Stadia have been running into some business and communication issues since they have launched. Hopefully, they can iron out some of these issues and run a successful cloud gaming platform.
What are your thoughts on NVIDIA's recent miscommunication issues?