Nvidia’s Leak Shows Unannounced Games: God of War for PC?
Posted: August 10,2022
Ighor July, Nvidia GeForce Now user and developer, showcased how he accessed Nvidia’s database for the streaming service. There he found a confidential list of thousands of supposed game releases, including titles that hadn’t been seen anywhere previously. Pavel Djundik, the creator of Steam DB, published the list of games on GitHub, including games coming to Windows PC through Steam like God of War.
The list includes unannounced games like Resident Evil 4 Remake, GTA Trilogy remasters, Halo 5 PC, Final Fantasy IX Remake, Injustice 3, Crysis 4, and Bioshock RTX remaster, among others. If you are a fan of Bioshock, this would be a perfect time to get your hands on at least an RTX 2080 to experience ray tracing fully.
Nvidia confirmed that it’s an actual list, but they also state that it was used for internal testing purposes only, saying that the list included what they called “speculative titles.”
However, it’s known that Nvidia has access to games prior to their release date and that Sony is in the process of making some of their games available on PC. The company recently revealed that it would release Uncharted 4 for PC, seeing as Horizon: Zero Dawn made almost 250% returns on investment when it was released on Steam. Furthermore, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection was recently announced, and it also shows up in Nvidia’s list of games.
The list also includes code names for projects that seem genuine and some Microsoft projects that have already been announced, such as the Fable reboot. With the GeForce Now platform prominently featured among titles developed through the pandemic, it stands to reason that other titles would be available on it, too.
God of War seems like a promising addition to the Steam platform in the future. Sony recently acquired Nixxes Software, so it stands to reason that the company will want to bring some of its most successful titles to PC. All that being said, until we get official confirmation, we should treat all these leaks with a grain of salt.
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