While the leak is believed to be genuine, at least according to our sister site Windows Central, this obviously needs to be taken with a bucketful of salt (or maybe even a larger container) – and at any rate, just because a game is listed here doesn’t mean it’s eventually destined for the PC (and indeed Nvidia’s streaming service).
Scanning through that sprawling lot revealed some seriously tantalizing findings which as we’ve already mentioned include God of War (shown to be present in the Steam store – which obviously it isn’t, not yet…), Returnal and Demon’s Souls, plus GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas remasters, Horizon Forbidden West, and Ratchet & Clank.
A purported major leak has been witnessed from the Nvidia GeForce Now (game streaming service) database, and assuming it’s legitimate, the spillage highlights a number of top PlayStation games which could be coming to the PC – including God of War, Returnal and Demon’s Souls.
Anyhow, the story is that Ighor July, a C++ developer, posted the list of games on Medium, as flagged up on Reddit. Apparently the dev managed to crack their way into Nvidia’s GeForce Now database as detailed in that post, and after experimenting with all sorts of stuff and leveraging intelligent code completion, they grabbed a list of games from the servers of Team Green’s streaming operation – consisting of no less than 18,000 items.
There are also a bunch of unannounced GeForce Now games flagged up by Ighor like Mafia: Definitive Edition, and incoming PC titles like the (imminent) Alan Wake Remastered and Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection for PC (the latter is due early 2022).