The NVIDIA GeForce Now database would conceal many great PlayStation exclusives that could therefore arrive on PC. We find God of War, Gran Turismo 7, Ghost of Tsushima, Demon’s Souls Remake, and many others among the various names. The news is not confirmed and must therefore be taken with a grain of salt.
According to an alleged leak reported by NVIDIA GeForce Now, some great PlayStation exclusives could arrive on PC. Notable names in the database include the likes of God of War, Gran Turismo 7, Ghost of Tsushima, Demon’s Souls Remake, Returnal, Horizon Forbidden West, and Ratchet & Clank.
The database also shows the correct name of the newly announced Uncharted Collection for PC and PS5, so it seems that the source can be trusted. To give more sense to the rumor, we also think the past statements of PlayStation that alluded to the possibility of bringing several of its exclusives to PC as already done with Days Gone and Horizon Zero Dawn.
The list would also confirm the alleged remasters of GTA Trilogy and the arrival of Final Fantasy 7 Remake on PC. There is no mention of a Bloodborne port instead. It is necessary to unlock GeForce Now to view the database, but the procedure is complex, so we leave the choice at your discretion.
Obviously, as always, we invite you to take everything with a grain of salt in the face of rumors. Despite this, the release of these titles on PC would not be surprising as they are in line with the new PlayStation philosophy. We’ll see.
UPDATE: Nvidia has spoken out about these games, saying it ” used them for internal monitoring and testing only, ” adding that some included titles are ” speculative ” and do not constitute ” confirmation or an announcement of any game .” Below we share the statement:
“NVIDIA has been aware of a list of unauthorized published games with released and / or speculated titles, used for internal monitoring and testing only. Listing is not a confirmation or announcement of any game. NVIDIA took immediate steps to remove access to the list. No sensitive gaming data or personal information was exposed. “