As mentioned above, there are already 135 games included in the service, including many substantial titles such as Red Dead Redemption 2 Fortnite God of War  Far Cry 5 Anthem Metro Exodus FIFA 19 and Monster Hunter: World .
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At the moment it is unclear whether or not all of these games are outside the service – in that case, th would be an impressive list of games – or simply placeholders. This last one seems more likely since there are the exclusive of PlayStation 4 in the mix, which Sony probably does not license, not to mention the EA titles (EA has its own streaming service), Red Dead Redemption 2 (which is not also available beyond the console), and games that have not yet been released.
Furthermore, it makes sense that many of these are probably placeholders because, according to an internal source, Verizon Gaming is currently worrying more about the service ins and outs before which games will be present.
"This test focuses mainly on performance," said Verizon Gaming recently in an e-mail to the participants. "Later, when the product advances, our bookcase will consist of most or all of the best games you're used to, but at this early stage we're working on the engine and its parts."
seems ambitious, but unfortunately, it also sounds a little confused at the moment. However, it seems that further details may be available soon. In the meantime, for more information on the finer aspects of the service, be sure to check out the entire article in The Verge.