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God Of War, Ghost of Tsushima, and More Coming To PC, According to NVIDIA Geforce NOW

Nvidia GeForce Now has listed in its database God Of War, Ghost of Tsushima, Returnal, and more games coming to PC.

According to a new leak, some PlayStation exclusive games that will be releasing on PC have been leaked through NVIDIA GeForce NOW, including God of War (2018), Ghost of Tsushima, Demon’s Souls Remake, Ratchet & Clank, and more.

God Of War, Ghost of Tsushima, and more coming to PC

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God Of War Coming To PC, According to NVIDIA Geforce NOW

The next PlayStation exclusive games coming to PC may have been leaked by Nvidia GeForce Now, which has listed in its database titles such as God Of War, Ghost of Tsushima, Returnal, Demon’s Souls Remake, Gran Turismo 7, Ratchet & Clank as well as Horizon Forbidden West.

The information was first published by Ighor July and the data was confirmed by Pavel Djundik, owner of the SteamDB website.

Ighor July found that NVIDIA GeForce NOW had over 18,000 games, and out of all those games lists, he found interesting information such as God of War (2018). The leaker himself is confused by this, considering that the game is an exclusive game on PlayStation. What confused him, even more, was that the game was pointing towards Steam.

Pavel Djundik (SteamDB owner) immediately stepped in and proved whether this information was true or not. After checking, he confirms that all the data is correct.

Even Djundik made a list of PlayStation exclusive games that “may” be released on PC later. Examples include Demon’s Souls, Ghost of Tsushima, God of War (2018), Gran Turismo 7, HELLDIVERS 2, Horizon Forbidden West, Ratchet & Clank, Returnal, and Sackboy: A Big Adventure.

Not only PlayStation exclusive games, Djundik found several games that have not been announced at all. Examples such as Titanfall 3, GTA Remastered Trilogy, Bioshock RTX Remaster, Mirror’s Edge RTX Remaster, Bioshock 2022, and many more.

Djundik himself gave his Github for those of you who are curious about this leaked data. He also points out that all of this data is most likely just placeholders, but some could prove to be true.

Until now, NVIDIA has not intervened regarding their leaked data. We may hear further announcements from them at a later date. In addition, Ighor July has also made a tutorial video on how to access the Nvidia NVIDIA GeForce Now database, check it out below.