Nvidia’s GeForce Now server leaks a large list of games, PC version of God of War also listed

Ighor July just found a confidential list of thousands of games on the Nvidia GeForce Now server, and many of them were never known before. Although it is temporarily impossible to distinguish the authenticity from the fake, the developer pointed out that it also includes (seems to be available through Steam) the exclusive PlayStation masterpieces such as God of War that can be logged on to the Windows PC.

The developers stated that they believed in the rationality of this list. After all, as a graphics card giant, NVIDIA is often able to get in-depth contact with developers ahead of the official release of the game. Perhaps you have tasted the sweetness of the PC port of Horizon: Dawn (250% return on investment), and Uncharted and other masterpieces are expected to meet with PC players soon.

In addition, the situation of Devil’s Soul and Final Fantasy 16, as well as Retrospect and Final Fantasy 7 PC Remake is somewhat similar. However, some content seems outdated or inappropriate, such as Facebook’s exclusive Oculus Rift game collection, which is of little significance to Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service.

The so-called Titanfall 3 finally proved to be GAMEapex_legends_-_titanfall-that is Apex Legends. As for Kingdom Hearts 4 and Bioshock 2022, they also stay more at the level of speculation. Finally, as of press time, Nvidia has not immediately responded to foreign media’s request for comment.

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