An allegedly large leak has been observed. Nvidia GeForce Now (Game Streaming Service) database, and assuming it’s legitimate, Splash has highlighted several. Top PlayStation Games Which may be coming to PC – including God of War, Return and Demon Souls.
Although the leak is thought to be real, at least according to our sister site. Windows Central., Obviously it needs to be taken with a bucket of salt (or maybe even a larger container) – and at any rate, just because a game is listed here doesn’t mean it’s finally PC Is destined (and indeed Nvidia’s streaming service).
However, the story is that Igor July, a C ++ developer, published a list of games. Medium, As the flag is hoisted. Reddit.. Apparently the giant managed to break his path in Nvidia’s GeForce Now database as detailed in this post, and after experimenting with all sorts of things and taking advantage of intelligent code completion, he Captured a list of games from Team Green’s streaming operations servers. Less than 18,000 items
Scanning this vast space yielded some seriously surprising results, which we have already mentioned, including the God of War (in the Steam store) – which obviously is not the case. Yet2), Return and Demons Souls, as well as GTA3, Vice City and San Andreas Remasters, Horizon Forbidden West, and Richit & Clinic.
There is also a group of undeclared GeForce Now games, including Igor’s Mafia: Definitive Edition, and upcoming PC titles such as (upcoming) Alan Wake Remastered and Thieves in Charge for PC (later). In early 2022).
Analysis: Embrace the truth out of so many weird things?
The first point here is that extreme caution is needed about this leaked list, and just because a game is mentioned here doesn’t mean it’s on PC. Arriving. There are definitely some weird things in the database leak, such as “BioShock 2022” for example, and the presence of a Dolphin emulator in addition to other releases or unknown projects (to play game cubes and Wi-titles on PC).
All of this means that there is obviously a lot of noise with this leak, even if it is authentic. Equally, though, there are certainly things that are true here: the god of war. The PC port has long been expected., And thus seems a realistic proposition. Besides, we’re listening too late. “Numerous incoming PC ports.PlayStation Exceptions – And That Born of blood One of them won’t be. Interestingly, Bloodbourne doesn’t list here (although Demons Souls does). Another disappointment for some, but not really a surprising shortcoming, is the lack of mention of Spider-Man for the PC port.
In short, it seems we can expect that there are some pleasant embraces of truth, potential placeholders and non-existent ‘potential’ projects, as well as strange and clearly fake entries.