An Nvidia GeForce Now server has leaked a confidential record of 1000’s of video games, a few of which have by no means been seen earlier than, just like the PlayStation unique God of Warfare seemingly coming to Home windows PC by way of Steam. Developer Ighor July has revealed the record to GitHub. The Verge reviews: This is a screenshot of what that appears like within the GeForce Now shopper, in accordance with the developer. There are causes to consider the record is legit. We all know graphics large Nvidia has entry to video games lengthy earlier than they’re launched — and we all know Sony in significantly has been banking on banking on PlayStation video games on PC. It quietly revealed Uncharted 4 was coming to PC, after seeing a 250 % return on its funding porting Horizon: Zero Daybreak to the platform, and it was simply Thursday that Sony introduced it might be a part of the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Assortment — a reputation that we would by no means heard of earlier than then, however already seems in Nvidia’s record as properly. So too do Demon’s Souls and Closing Fantasy XVI — the video games the place Sony needed to retroactively retract all mentions of PC to make them sound like PlayStation exclusives. PS5 unique Returnal seems as properly, as does a Closing Fantasy VII Remake for PC.

And there are codenames for video games in right here that appear authentic, ones that deliver up zero search outcomes. Is “Platinum” the interior title for Bethesda’s Indiana Jones video games? However there are additionally loads of mentions that appear slightly outdated or misplaced, like a complete host of Fb-exclusive Oculus Rift titles that may make little sense on Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service, or a point out of a “Titanfall 3” which clarifies that it is really “GAMEapex_legends_-_titanfall,” aka Apex Legends, the favored battle royale recreation. And a few of them could merely be guesses, like Kingdom Hearts IV, “BioShock 2022,” and so forth. All of which means it’s best to most likely take any given title on the record with a grain of salt…