UPDATE SEPTEMBER 14: Nvidia issues statement regarding leaked GeForce Now games list.
A recent GeForce Now leak may have just unveiled a slate of upcoming high-profile titles, including PC ports of PlayStation exclusives God of War and Ghost of Tsushima, alongside the much-rumored remastered versions of Rockstar's older Grand Theft Auto games.
The GeForce Now leak also points towards an upcoming sequel to Helldivers while potentially revealing the release window of the next Bioshock game as being set to 2022.
The information was shared by developer Ighor July on Twitter, via Steam Database's Pavel Djundik. The former claims to have managed to have "unlocked" Nvidia's cloud gaming service, obtaining access to a list of more than 18,000 games and apps present on it.
The list reportedly included software like Adobe Photoshop or Microsoft Office – likely used internally –, but what caught the developer's eye, as per this Medium post, was Mafia: Definitive Edition, which isn't available on the service, alongside PlayStation exclusive God of War.
Djundik shared a filtered list of games spotted via the GeForce Now leak that don't yet have Steam IDs. There's an entry for "Bioshock 2022", which could be real, given how developer Cloud Chamber claimed in 2019 that the next title in the series would "be in development for the next several years."
The remastered versions of GTA 3, GTA: Vice City, GTA: San Andreas are also there, alongside stranger entires like XCOM 3, Titanfall 3, Cities Skylines 2, and a "Batman Citybuilder."
As with all leaks, we'd recommend taking the news with a rather sizeable grain of salt. It is not only based on tinkering with older versions of the GeForce Now client, as admitted by Ighor July, but we also don't know how soon in development new titles make their way to Nvidia to potentially be added to its cloud gaming service.
If God of War and Ghost of Tsushima coming to PC in the future wouldn't be all that outlandish, given Sony's new stance on PS4 exclusives, none of its recent PS4 exclusives have made their way to GeForce Now just yet. Batman Citybuilder and Titanfall 3 make the leak's credibility a bit shakier, but time will tell how accurate it turns out to be.
As a result of the GeForce Now leak, Nvidia has issued the following statement to website Wccftech:
"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."
The company "took immediate action to remove access to the list" and claims that "no confidential game builds or personal information were exposed."
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