A major leak has been discovered in the Nvidia GeForce Now (game streaming service) database, and if accurate, reveals a number of popular PlayStation games, including God of War, Returnal, and Demon’s Souls, that may be coming to the PC.
While the leak appears to be legitimate, it should be treated with caution. Furthermore, just because a game is listed here doesn’t mean it will be released for the PC (or Nvidia’s streaming service).
According to the story, Ighor July, a C++ developer, published the list of games on Medium, which was picked up by Reddit. The developer was able to break into Nvidia’s GeForce Now database, and after experimenting with various things and leveraging intelligent code completion, they were able to pull a list of games from Team Green’s streaming servers, which totaled over 18,000 items.
Scanning that vast lot turned up some seriously enticing finds, including God of War, as already mentioned.
GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas remasters, Horizon Forbidden West, and Ratchet & Clank are among the games available.
Ighor also mentioned a number of unannounced GeForce Now games, such as Mafia: Definitive Edition, as well as upcoming PC titles like Alan Wake Remastered and Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection for PC (the latter is due early 2022).
However, there are a number of mentions that appear to be out of date or out of place, such as a slew of Facebook-exclusive Oculus Rift titles that would be out of place on Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service, or a reference to a “Titanfall 3” that clarifies that it’s actually “GAMEapex legends – titanfall,” aka Apex Legends, the popular battle royale Some of them, such as Kingdom Hearts IV, “BioShock 2022,” and others, could just be guesses.
All of this means you should take any name on the list with a grain of salt — don’t get your hopes up for Chrono Cross, Tactics Ogre, or Half-Life 2 remasters just yet, even if they all appear in the document.
Moreover, God of War for PC appears to be more reliable than others. It’s one of only a few games that mention Steam specifically.
God of War has long been hoped for as a PC port, and it appears to be a viable option. Plus, we’ve been hearing a lot lately about “multiple upcoming PC ports” of PlayStation exclusives – none of which include Bloodborne. Bloodborne, oddly enough, does not appear on this list (although Demon’s Souls does, of course). The lack of any mention of Spider-Man for a PC port is another disappointment for some, but not a surprising omission.
Nvidia’s full statement is as follows:
NVIDIA is aware of an unauthorized published game list, with both released and/or speculative titles, used only for internal tracking and testing. Inclusion on the list is neither confirmation nor an announcement of any game.
NVIDIA took immediate action to remove access to the list. No confidential game builds or personal information were exposed.
You can see the entire list by clicking here.