The Discord chat app will be launching its Nitro Games catalog next month. Subscribers will no longer be able to access a games library as part of the service, which included titles such as Battle Chef Brigade, Tyranny, and the first Bioshocks. Apparently, the "vast majority" of subscribers never played the games, which is why Discord decided to discontinue the approach. Useful, although I assume that the avoiding Battle Chief Brigade had already played it elsewhere because the game has rules.
In a blog post with the optimistic title "What's Coming For Nitro," Discord announced that the games will start on October 1
The Nitro subscription, which costs $ 10 a month, offers further enhancements to the otherwise-free Discord experience, such as: Animated emojis and the ability to upload larger files. According to Discord, this doubles the access to the games and gives your friends the option to save, among other things, 100 MB files. But they add that those who had access to the library can cancel their subscriptions and apply for a refund.
These people do not have the slightest choice when it comes to other game subscriptions. Uplay + is a recent member of Xbox Game Pass and Origin Access.
Nitro subscribers still have access to the library for about the next month. This is more than enough time to beat through Battle Chef Brigade. Any games purchased through Discords Store (remember?) Are not affected.