All PlayStation Games Mentioned in Nvidia GeForce Leak

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The Nvidia GeForce Now leak is probably the biggest leak in the gaming industry in recent years. Hundreds of games have been leaked in advance. While it’s true that not all will ever see the light of day, many of them looked very real.

The skilled C++ programmer Ighor July data-mined GeForce NOW servers and found a listing of games that are unavailable for normal users. One such game was 2018’s GOTY, God of War.

God of War's page was available on GeForce NOW along with a “Steam” tag near it. The recently confirmed, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection was also present. This highly suggests that the title will eventually make its way to PC. However, it’s not an actual confirmation.

The leaker revealed several other PlayStation-exclusive games as well. But most of them didn’t have the Steam tag. This could mean many things, such as they will only be playable on PC via streaming, they will get a proper PC port, or they are just speculation.

There is no way to know for sure. Only time will tell what’s true. Anyway, we have mentioned all PS games mentioned in the leak below:

  • God of War (Steam Tag)
  • Ghost of Tsushima 
  • Sackboy: A Big Adventure 
  • Gran Turismo 7 
  • HELLDIVERS 2 
  • Horizon Forbidden West 
  • Returnal 
  • Demon Souls 
  • Ratchet and Clank (no specified game)
  • Déraciné 

More leaked games are mentioned over here.

Unfortunately, several other highly beloved PlayStation games like Bloodborne, The Last of Us, and Spider-Man (2018) weren’t mentioned in the leak. However, it doesn’t mean that these games will never come to PC.

There have been multiple rumors in the past about a Bloodborne PC version. Naughty Dog’s Job Posting has also hinted at a PC release of The Last of Us Part 2.

The Spider-Man release on PC just makes sense, as the game has already been remastered for PlayStation 5.

There is no debate that PlayStation-exclusive games are amazing. Sony spends an obscene amount of money to release several high-quality AAA games for its PlayStation platform. PC players have already enjoyed some of these games, and they are eager for more.

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