Nvidia’s game streaming service, GeForce Now, is moving to a new library opt-in system, one which will hand videogame developers ultimate control over whether their videogames are supported on the platform or not.

It appears as though Nvidia’s dream of an open gaming PC in the sky is well and truly over—big publishers have kicked up such a fuss that it is now relinquishing any control it once had over which games make it onto the GeForce Now service. From here on out, it’s up to publishers and developers to opt-in and allow their videogames to be beamed from one of Nvidia’s datacentres.

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