God of War will no longer be available in the GeForce Now library beginning next month, Nvidia announced today.

Beginning July 1st, both the Steam and Epic Games Store versions of God of War will be unplayable on Nvidia’s cloud gaming service. In an email sent to IGN, an Nvidia spokesperson confirmed that God of War was being pulled from the service because “the publisher, who previously opted into streaming on GeForce Now,” decided to opt out.

Fortunately, Nvidia confirmed that thanks to GeForce Now’s opt-in process, which allows some games to continue to be available to subscribers on a legacy basis, players that started playing God of War on GeForce Now before July 1st, will still have access. The only requirement is that GeForce Now subscribers need to load and access the game’s main menu via GeForce Now at least once before the title is pulled from the service.

God of War arrived on GeForce Now back in late April, and it allowed RTX 3080 tier members to stream the game on the cloud at up to 4K resolution or have a frame rate as high as 120 FPS, depending on the device.

Of course, GeForce Now was not the only way to play God of War on the go. If you have a portable gaming PC, most notably the Steam Deck. Not to mention, Remote Play is an option, too.

Taylor is the Associate Tech Editor at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster.

Source: IGN Video Games All

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