There is a very interesting leak from the game streaming service Nvidia GeForce Now front, dear Oyungezerler. Leaked information indicated that PS5 games would come to PC. But for now, it is better not to make such an expectation.
In the post made on Ighor July’s twitter account; It has been informed that the GeForce Now database has been accessed; He also shared an article and an image where he explains in detail how he did it:
Although some accesses were closed afterwards, what has been viewed so far has already begun to be shared on the internet. There were some details that could be noticed in the shared images and screen scenes; It seemed that PS5 games such as God of War, Horizon Forbidden West, Demon’s Souls, Gran Turismo 7, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, Ghost of Tsushima would come to PC.
The only leaked information is not about PS5 games, moreover. Final Fantasy VII Remake’s arrival on PC and Grand Theft Auto Trilogy have also been spotted from this database. In addition, games such as Gears 6, Monster Hunter 6, Resident Evil 4 Remake, Kingdom Hearts 4 are also included.
Of course, it is wise to approach this style information with caution. Indeed, the Nvidia front was also quick to make a statement. In a statement made by a company official to Wccftech, it was stated that while the database and the games mentioned in this database were verified, it was stated that this list was created purely for testing purposes and ‘speculative’. It is underlined that the games in this list are neither confirmed nor the information in this list can be interpreted as an announcement.
So, as you can see, it’s better not to get too excited for now, dear Oyungezerler. But again, it is not obvious, we do not know what the coming days will bring. Let’s always wait together, let’s see.