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    Activision Blizzard games have been pulled from GeForce Now


    Nvidia’s GeForce Now made a big splash last week: the game streaming service is giving Google Stadia a serious run for its money in the value stakes, and some of its features are fantastic. But if you happen to cherish the platform’s collection of Activision and Blizzard titles, you’re out of luck: they’ve been rather unceremoniously removed.

    According to a spokesperson from Nvidia writing in the GeForce Now forums, the library of Activision Blizzard games, which included Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Overwatch, Diablo 3 and more, has been removed at Activision’s request.

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