God of War and More PlayStation Exclusives Coming to PC

Some PlayStation exclusives that are getting PC ports may have been leaked by GeForce Now, according to reports.

According to Ighor July, a medium blogger who used a hacked version of the GeForce Now client to get a list of all games that the client is capable of handling.

In the r/GamingLeaksAndRumours subreddit, PC gamers were able to analyze Ighor’s Medium article. When GeForce Now had full Steam access, July hacked the client’s code so that it downloaded a list of all games that GeForce Now developers could theoretically access. This list Included some PC games that are currently exclusive to the PlayStation while others have not been announced for any console or PC yet.

PlayStation exclusives such as God of War and Returnal as well as Ratchet and Clank and Sackboy: A Big Adventure and Spider-Man were included on the list. Uncharted Collection and Alan Wake remaster, which were just announced at Sony State of Play, were also listed.

God of War and More PlayStation Exclusives Coming to PC

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PlayStation Exclusives Coming to PC
PlayStation Exclusives Coming to PC

A “whole slate” of PlayStation games is coming to PC in the near future, but they won’t be released simultaneously like Xbox. Sony purchased Nixxes earlier this year in order to make more of its library available on PC, following the success of Horizon Zero Dawn, which was released earlier this year.

Unannounced titles like Helldivers 2 and several non-Sony titles such as Earth Defense Force 6 were listed in the GeForce Now leak, along with rumored remaster of GTA III, GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas.

Pavel Djundik, the creator of SteamDB, cautioned that this leak should be taken “with a grain of salt,” as this list could just be an internal GeForce Now listing of what Nvidia expects to be coming to Steam, and not what has actually been confirmed to the company.

None of these games have a release date, and as the ongoing pandemic has repeatedly shown, plans can change at any time.

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