Users of the NVIDIA GeForce NOW cloud gaming service have started complaining about an unknown bug that is causing Call of Duty players to be flagged and then banned – using the cloud gaming platform is considered one, according to VideoCardz form of cheating in the game.
The day before, NVIDIA announced that the GeForce NOW library will be replenished with 65 new games in December. The platform allows users to publish titles they already own. This means that those whose collection includes Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Modern Warfare 3 or Warzone can theoretically launch them via the NVIDIA service. However, in practice this is not recommended due to possible blockages.
Due to a licensing dispute between NVIDIA and Activision, the GeForce NOW platform lost access to all Activision Blizzard games in 2020. The service is now gradually rebuilding its range of games and adding new titles every week. NVIDIA previously announced that games included in the PC Game Pass library will be available on GeForce NOW. Microsoft recently completed its acquisition of Activision Blizzard, and although the publisher’s games have not yet appeared in the Game Pass catalog, their presence in NVIDIA GeForce NOW could be the first step.
It is worth noting that the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 anti-cheat service likes not only the NVIDIA cloud gaming platform, but also portable consoles, including ASUS ROG Ally – the game on the device is played through an additional application started. which is considered fraud. Apparently a similar mechanism works in the case of NVIDIA GeForce NOW.