Nvidia accidentally leaked unannounced games, including God of War for PC. This looks so fascinating, as GoW having a PC ports trends on the internet today.
A developer Ighor July has found a list, including games like the PlayStation exclusive God of War seemingly coming to Windows PC via Steam. If you’d like to scan it yourself, SteamDB creator Pavel Djundik published a copy to GitHub.
Is the God of War listing legit? Yes Nvidia confirmed that it’s a real list, although the company claims it’s “used only for internal tracking and testing” and includes “speculative titles.”
We know graphics giant Nvidia has access to games long before they’re released — and we know Sony in particularly has been banking on banking on PlayStation games on PC. It quietly revealed Uncharted 4 was coming to PC, after seeing a 250 percent return on its investment porting Horizon: Zero Dawn to the platform, and it was just Thursday that Sony announced that game would would be part of the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection — a title that we’d never heard of before then, but already appears in Nvidia’s list as well.
Demon’s Souls and Final Fantasy XVI — the games where Sony had to retroactively retract all mentions of PC to make them sound like PlayStation exclusives. PS5 exclusive Returnal appears as well, as does a Final Fantasy VII Remake for PC.
But there are also a lot of mentions that seem rather out of date or out of place, like a whole host of Facebook-exclusive Oculus Rift titles that would make little sense on Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service, or a mention of a “Titanfall 3” which clarifies that it’s actually “GAMEapex_legends_-_titanfall,” aka Apex Legends, the popular battle royale game. And some of them may simply be guesses, like Kingdom Hearts IV, “BioShock 2022,” and many more.
Then come the Sony most famous exclusive franchise the God of War. And PC gamers are triggered if Nvidia is pulling their legs by listing GoW. But God of War for PC does seem more solid than others. It’s one of a handful of titles that specifically mentions Steam.
Here’s Nvidia’s full statement:
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.
NVIDIA took immediate action to remove access to the list. No confidential game builds or personal information were exposed.