Hearsay: Big Nvidia Database Leak Lists Unannounced Third-Celebration Video games – Nintendo Life

Hearsay: Big Nvidia Database Leak Lists Unannounced Third-Celebration Video games – Nintendo Life

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As you may need already heard, there’s been a gigantic Nvidia GeForce Now database leak. GeForce Now’s Nvidia’s cloud gaming service and a C++ developer named Ighor July has been capable of open it up – revealing what’s believed to be a bunch of unannounced initiatives and upcoming releases en path to PC.

A few of these titles have been rumoured for platforms just like the Nintendo Swap – maybe the standout of the lot being the GTA Remasters. Apparently, the checklist additionally mentions another titles, like Bayonetta 3 and Shin Megami Tensei V – each of those video games are clearly Swap console exclusives.

Consider, none of those initiatives have been formally confirmed for PC. This is the checklist via Reddit:

Sq. Enix:

  • Chrono Cross Remaster
  • Last Fantasy Ways remaster
  • Last Fantasy IX Remake (presumably only a reference to the current remaster)
  • Tomb Raider Anniversary
  • Kingdom Hearts IV

Capcom:

  • Resident Evil four Remake (beforehand rumoured)
  • Road Fighter 6
  • Dragons Dogma 2 (beforehand rumoured)
  • Monster Hunter 6

Take-Two:

  • GTA three, Vice Metropolis and San Andreas Remasters (beforehand rumoured)
  • Bioshock RTX remaster
  • Bioshock 2022

EA:

  • Mirrors Edge RTX Remaster
  • Untitled Respawn Recreation
  • Titanfall three

Bandai Namco:

Curve Digital:

Devolver Digital:

Crytek:

D3 Writer Inc:

Sega:

Atlus:

  • Catherine Full Physique
  • Shin Megami Tensei V

WB:

  • Batman: Arkham Knight RTX Remaster

Valve:

Paradox:


Other than GTA, as you’ll be able to see there are Sq. Enix titles, quite a lot of beforehand rumoured Capcom video games, some EA titles and rather more. As soon as once more, none of those video games have been formally confirmed for Nvidia’s recreation streaming service – and there is no saying any of them will present up. Some are additionally believed to be cancelled or deserted initiatives. You’ll be able to see the extra listings tied to PlayStation and Xbox over on Push Square and Pure Xbox.

One different barely odd Nintendo-related discovering is a Dolphin emulator for GameCube and Wii titles – and New Super Mario Bros. Wii even gets a mention.

What do you make of the above leak? Suppose we’ll see any of those video games sooner or later? Inform us down under.

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