NVIDIA Responds to GeForce NOW Database Leak, Says List Included ‘Speculative Titles’

By Alessio Palumbo  / 

A huge GeForce NOW database leak rocked the news yesterday, teasing PC players to a great number of possible upcoming game announcements.

Following the leak, we reached out to NVIDIA and received the following comment from a spokesperson.

GeForce NOW Thursday Brings 12 New Releases Including Kena, World War Z, and Sheltered 2

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.

As we suspected, most of the games listed there probably were only used on GeForce NOW for internal testing and may never see the light of day on PC. Still, we maintain that some eventually will, such as God of War, other PlayStation exclusives (Final Fantasy VII Remake, Death Stranding Director's Cut, Demon's Souls, Returnal, Ghost of Tsushima), the rumored GTA remasters, as well as the most obvious ones like Dragon Age 4, Gears 6, Forza Motorsport 8, Avowed, Crysis 4, and Payday 3. The RTX remasters may also turn out to be true, given that two years ago NVIDIA kicked off a program to do just that.

For the record, we've included the highlights of the GeForce NOW leaked list below.

Products mentioned in this post

Final Fantasy VII Remake
USD 46.42
Ghost of Tsushima
USD 34.99
God of War
USD 17.49

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