Sooner or later, PC users usually get their chance to play some PlayStation exclusives. Not by using an emulator, of course, but thanks to proper PC ports. Others may arrive to the PC platform very soon, just like Death Stranding, Days Gone, and Horizon Zero Dawn did. According to GeForce Now, Nvidia’s cloud gaming service may have leaked a couple of PlayStation exclusives arriving to PC.
This could as well be accounted for one of the biggest leaks ever if, of course, the story turns out to be true. As stated by DSOGaming. The GeForce Now database contains games such as God of War, Gran Turismo 7, Ghost of Tsushima, Demon’s Souls Remake, Returnal, and a lot more. All of the games listed above are unreleased games and can be found on the GeForce Now service as such.
Now let’s make assumptions and overview if this is true or false. Recently, there was a reveal of Naughty Dog’s PC uncharted collection. Nvidia GeForce Now’s service contains that game under its repository, and it goes by its correct name, which could indicate a strong proof of evidence.
Below you can find the complete list of PlayStation games planned to release on PC, according to GeForce Now, thanks to DSOGaming.
A guy named Ighor has also provided tips and hints on how everyone could get access to the GeForce Now database and scrape for additional games himself.