Accustomed to announcements of its regular catalog expansions, it looks like NVIDIA’s GeForce Now game streaming service could be targeting a much larger library, with a large list of upcoming games leaked, including unannounced titles from some publishers including PlayStation Studios, Xbox Games Studios, and even Nintendo itself, among many others.
GeForce Now lists God of War, Gears of War 6, and other console exclusives for PCs
This powerful leak comes to us through the blog of a GeForce Now user, Igor July, who shows us how he would have delved into the internal code of the service in search of deleted games to “accidentally” find this gold mine, as he explains in the following video:
Starting with Sony, we find already released titles such as God of War, Ghost of Tsushima, Demon’s Souls Remake, Returnal or Ratchet & Clank, along with other titles still pending release such as Horizon Forbidden West, Gran Turismo 7, or Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, the latter unveiled just a few days ago during the PlayStation Showcase.
On the other hand, the same leak has also found several Xbox Game Studios games with names like Halo 5: Guardians, the still unreleased Gears of War 6, an untitled game from The Initiative that would point to be the already announced new installment of Perfect Dark, and three games with codenames called “Project Holland”, “Typhoon” and “Woodstock”.
While the information on the latter three is limited exclusively to conjecture, it hasn’t taken long for some predictions to emerge, such as those from Windows Central, who have deemed the names of the leaked Microsoft game projects accurate, linking “Typhoon” to Avalanche Studios’ recently announced Contraband, and “Holland” as Playground’s Fable reboot.
Even more surprising, though, is the inclusion of airtight Nintendo games on GeForce Now, with exclusives such as New Super Mario Bros. Wii being the sole game on the network to display the “NVIDIA confidential” logo.
But that’s not all. This extensive list also includes some still unreleased titles from other publishers such as Dragons Dogma 2, Bioshock 2022, the Grand Theft Auto 3 trilogy, Vice City and San Andreas Remastered (recently rumored), Mirrors Edge RTX Remastered, Chrono Cross Remastered, Crysis 4, Half-Life 2 Remastered, Cities Skylines 2, Deus Ex 5, Final Fantasy VII Remake, or Destroy All Humans 3, among even more names.
Unfortunately, the presence of some development and editing tools, as well as third-party launch pads such as Origin, UPlay, or GOG, and even game emulators like Dolphin, make us believe that these prior games are nothing more than internal tests by Nvidia before the potential future and uncertain arrival of these games.