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Leaked Nvidia Game List Includes God of War & FFVII Remake for PC, Possibly Just 'Speculative'

Leaked Nvidia Game List Includes God of War & FFVII Remake for PC, Possibly Just 'Speculative' - News

by Craig Snow , posted on 14 September 2021 / 1,628 Views

A leaked list of titles that were data-mined from Geforce Now includes Halo 5, God of War and Final Fantasy VII Remake for PC, as well as currently-unannounced titles like Helldivers 2 and a Final Fantasy IX Remake.

Nvidia has acknowledged that the list is an accurate, unauthorised data-mine from its Geforce Now platform, but poured some cold water on fan hopes by saying that it often includes 'speculative' releases for internal testing:

"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."

It's also possible that many of the Sony titles are upcoming PlayStation NOW games, which can be accessed from PC.

And indeed the full list is a bit too juicy to be entirely true, but given Sony and Microsoft's recent Steam porting efforts it's conceivable that many of the game listed will come to PC eventually.


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7 Comments
Zippy6 (on 14 September 2021)

Yep the list is full of speculation such as FF9 Remake, XCOM3, Bioshock 2022, Mario + Rabbids. Everything unannounced listed on their means nothing. I do think God of War has a good chance of coming to pc eventually though.

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Rafie (on 14 September 2021)

Oh wow I thought FF7R was already on PC. I wouldn't doubt that games like GoW and FF7R would eventually go to PC though. Unfortunate for some that this is fake news.

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kazuyamishima (on 14 September 2021)

The list also includes games like Titanfall 3, Bayonetta 3 and Mario + Rabbids.... yeah... Nah!

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ClassicGamingWizzz (on 14 September 2021)

Fake list and you still created a article about it?

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KLAMarine ClassicGamingWizzz (on 14 September 2021)

If it can get clicks, why not!?

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Libara ClassicGamingWizzz (on 14 September 2021)

Where's the proof that this list is fake?

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gtotheunit91 ClassicGamingWizzz (on 15 September 2021)

You guys do know that this information was actually pulled from Nvidia, right? Most of the list might be placeholder titles or just simply tested and not in actual development, or truly is just speculative, which idk why Nvidia would be speculating, but the list isn't fake since it literally was in Nvidia's system. All games are made on a PC and with everyone working from home, devs could be using streaming services to test their games that are in development like Mario + Rabbids and Bayonetta 3 which are obviously coming only to the Switch, but are made on a PC, and a dev needs to test their build, and a streaming service is cheap, and doesn't require local hardware.

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