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Nvidia’s GeForce Now Datamined, Potential Final Fantasy IX Remake And More

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Over the weekend dataminer by Ighor July who dug into Nvidia GeForce Now, where he discovered listings for multiple games not yet available on the service. Even more, several of the names listed are not yet available on PC, though they could be coming soon if this leak pans out in any way.

There is a large list of games that have been compiled together from multiple sources, however among these are, as of now PlayStation exclusives God of War, Returnal, and Demon’s Soul. Since PlayStation has stated PC will be a bigger part of their platform moving forward it would not be surprising to see these games ported in the future. Recently it was confirmed that all 5 console Uncharted games would be going both to PC and PlayStation 5 next year.

Square Enix also had some interesting games listed on the platform as well. Two spaces were held, one for what appeared to be a Final Fantasy IX Remake. Another for what seemed to be a remaster of Chrono Cross, the great yet often overshadowed sequel to Chrono Trigger. There is also a listing for a Kingdom Hearts IV in there.

Several fighting games are also present in this list such as Injustice 3, Street Fighter 6, and Tekken 8. There have been rumors that Netherrealm will actually be skipping Injustice in favor of a new Mortal Kombat game, though with no official word it is hard to say.

Other games that have appeared in the listing include Gears of War 6 and the rumored Resident Evil 4 Remake. Additionally, the rumored Grand Theft Auto Remastered Trilogy also seems to be present in this listing.

Nvidia has come forward to announce that indeed the leak is real. They proceeded to state that the info therein was only “speculative” and “used only for internal tracking and testing” and therefore  “Inclusion on the list is neither confirmation nor an announcement of any game.”

Since a lot of these have been long rumored it would make sense for at least a few of these games to turn out to be real.

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