Rumor: Gigantic GeForce Leak Goes Nuclear, Evidence of All Kinds of Unannounced Games, PS5 Titles Linked to PC

Okay, you might want to settle for that rumor because it’s a big one. It all has to do with GeForce Now, Nvidia’s game streaming service. Basically, someone named Ighor July found a way to open up and peek into the GeForce Now database – and it’s absolutely crammed with references to all kinds of unreleased games.

Well, here’s the thing: there are no guarantees that these games will actually exist. Some might just be there for testing purposes, while others are code-named or even canceled. So we wouldn’t recommend taking this information at face value – but it’s still incredibly interesting stuff.

So what do we have? Well, where do you even start? The following unannounced games appear to have been discovered or referenced (as cataloged on Reddit):

  • Chrono Cross Remaster
  • Final Fantasy Tactics remaster
  • Final Fantasy IX Remake (may just be a reference to the most recent remaster)
  • Kingdom Hearts IV
  • Resident Evil 4 Remake (previously rumored)
  • Street fighter 6
  • Dragon’s Dogma 2 (previously rumored)
  • Monster Hunter 6
  • Grand Theft Auto Remaster (previously rumored)
  • BioShock 2022
  • Mirror’s Edge remaster
  • Untitled respawn game
  • Titanfall 3
  • Tekken 8
  • The Talos Principle 2
  • Crysis 4
  • Batman Arkham Knight Remaster
  • XCOM 3
  • Injustice 3: Gods will fall
  • Destroy all people 3
  • Sniper Elite 5
  • Cities: Skylines 2
  • Battle for Middle Earth
  • Mortal Kombat XII
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Remaster (recently debunked by Activision)
  • Hell diver 2

The database also mentions numerous titles released by Sony, which may suggest that more first-party PlayStation games will hit the PC at some point.

This specific list includes:

  • God of War (2018)
  • Horizon Forbidden West
  • Gran Turismo 7
  • return
  • Demon souls
  • Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart
  • Sackboy: A great adventure
  • Spirit of Tsushima

Again, we should emphasize that all of this information supposedly came from GeForce Now’s servers and that some of it could easily be misinterpreted. Furthermore, this leak continues – people are still rummaging through whatever they can find.

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