As already mentioned, the service already includes 135 games, including many titles such as Red Dead Redemption 2 Fortnite War God Far Cry 5 Anthem Anthem Metro Exodus FIFA 19 and Monster Hunter: World .
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Currently it's not clear whether or not not all of these games are part of the service – if so, then Bei would be one terribly impressive range of games – or just wildcards – the latter seems more likely, as PlayStation 4 exclusive materials are included in the mix that Sony is unlikely to outlicense from EA titles (EA has its own streaming service), Red Dead Redemption 2 (which is not) Besides, most of these wildcards are probably placeholders, as Verizon Gaming is currently more worried about the ins, according to an insider source, and Outs of the Service before that Games are presented.  "This study focuses primarily on performance," Verizon Gaming recently said in an email to attendees. "Later, as we evolve the product, our library will be made up of most or all of the top games you know – but at this early stage, we're working on the engine and its parts."
It sounds ambitious , but sounds a bit hazy at the moment. It sounds like more details may follow soon. In the meantime, to read more about the intricacies of the service, read the entire article by The Verge.