An alleged major leak has been spotted from the Nvidia GeForce Now (game streaming service) database, and considering it’s legit, the spillage highlights several top PlayStation games that could be coming to PC — including God of War, Returnal and Demon’s Souls. Are included. .
While the leak is believed to be real, at least according to our sister site Windows CentralOf course, this obviously needs to be taken with a bucket of salt (or maybe a large container) – and at any rate, just because a game is listed here doesn’t mean it’s finally destined for PC ( And indeed Nvidia’s streaming service).
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Anyhow, the story goes that C++ developer Ighor Jul posted a list of the game on Medium as flagged on Reddit. Apparently the devs managed to make their way into Nvidia’s GeForce Now database as detailed in that post, and after experimenting with all kinds of stuff and completing intelligent code, they pulled the game from the servers of Team Green’s streaming operation. – Contains no less than 18,000 items.
Scanning through that huge lot revealed some seriously tantalizing findings, which, as we’ve already mentioned, include God of War (shown to be present in the Steam store – which apparently it doesn’t. is no So far…), Returnal and Demon’s Souls, plus GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas Remasters, Horizon Forbidden West, and Ratchet & Clank.
There are also a slew of unannounced GeForce Now games for PC (the latter is due out in early 2022), such as Igor in Mafia: Definitive Edition, and upcoming PC titles like (imminent) Alan Wake Remastered and Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection.
Analysis: Nuggets of Truth Amidst the Much Bizarre?
The first point to make here is to underline the extreme caution required around this leaked list, and just because a game is mentioned here, it doesn’t mean it’s coming to PC. There are certainly some very strange things in the database leak such as ‘BioShock 2022’ for example, and other unreleased or unknown projects, as well as the presence of the Dolphin emulator (for playing GameCube and Wii titles on PC).
All this means that there is clearly a lot of noise with this leak, even if it turns out to be authentic. Equally, though, there are certainly things that are true here: God of War has long been anticipated as a PC port, and seems like a realistic proposition. Plus we’ve been hearing about “several upcoming PC ports” of PlayStation exclusives as of late – and that Bloodborne won’t be one of these. Funnily enough, Bloodborne doesn’t make the list here (though Demon’s Souls certainly does). Another frustrating, but not really surprising omission for some, is the lack of any mention of Spider-Man for a PC port.
In short, it looks like we can expect there are some delightful nuggets of truth among a whole bunch of potential placeholders and non-existent ‘maybe’ projects, as well as strange and frankly bogus entries.
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