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GeForce Now leak lists God of War, Demon's Souls, and much more for PC

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Nvidia's GeForce Now PC game streaming service may have spilled details on a wide range of upcoming games, including unannounced titles from various publishers and, most importantly for PC players, upcoming ports of PlayStation Studios titles.

The details come from a GeForce Now user's blog (Ighor July) who had gone snooping into the service's files looking for removed games, but reportedly found a treasure trove instead.

Starting with Sony, God of War, Ghost of Tsushima, Demon's Souls remake, Returnal, Ratchet & Clank, Gran Turismo 7, Horizon Forbidden West, and Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection are the most major titles listed. The last item on that list was unveiled in the PlayStation Showcase last week.

God of War Steam version hidden in GeForce Now

In the same leak, from Xbox Game Studios Halo 5: Guardians, Gears 6, an untitled game from The Initiative (perhaps Perfect Dark), plus code names of three games are listed — Project Holland, Typhoon and Woodstock. Interestingly, Windows Central's Jez Corden has deemed the leak's Microsoft game project names accurate, saying Typhoon is the recently announced Avalanche Studios game Contraband and Holland is Playground's Fable reboot.

Other PC releases mentioned in this leak that should send fans into a frenzy include Dragons Dogma 2, Bioshock 2022, GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas Remasters (recently rumored), Mirrors Edge RTX Remaster, Chrono Cross Remaster, Crysis 4, Half-Life 2 Remastered (recently revealed fan project akin to Black Mesa), Cities Skylines 2, Deus Ex 5, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Destroy All Humans 3, and much more.

The complete list of extracted names can be browsed here.

While certainly exciting, attempt to keep expectations in check until any official announcements come through from relevant publishers. All these could be from internal tests, dummy listings, canceled projects, or simply made up by someone for fun. Even if some of these turn out to be accurate, it may be years before the games get official reveals.

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