And another! The leaks keep coming, but this one might be the most amazing of all. After we got an early look at a few Android benchmarks for Windows 11, another leak has hinted at a treasure trove.
A treasure trove of unannounced and upcoming PC games from various publishers.
Apparently, someone went snooping into the GeForce Now game streaming service from NVIDIA for removed games from the service, and found that the PC gaming service is lining up a whole array of new and exciting titles.
Starting with Sony, we have God of War, Ghost of Tsushima, Demon’s Soul remake, Returnal, Ratchet & Clank, Gran Turismo 7, Horizon Forbidden West, and Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves as the major titles on the horizon.
The last item on the above list was actually unveiled at the PlayStation Showcase last week.
On the Microsoft front, we have titles from Xbox Game Studios and friends. Starting with the missing piece of the puzzle, Halo 5: Guardians, as well as Gears 6. Perfect Dark may also be one in this list, noted as an untitled game from The Initiative.
Plus, codenames of three games are listed, namely Project Holland, Typhoon, and Woodstock. Apparently, Typhoon is the codename of the recently announced Avalanche Studios game Contraband, while Holland is the Fable reboot that Playground Games is developing.
Other PC releases mentioned in the leak include Dragons Dogma 2, Bioshock 2022, GTA III: Vice City and San Andreas remasters, Mirrors Edge RTX remaster, Chrono Cross Remaster, Crysis 4, Half-Life 2 Remastered, Cities Skyline 2, Deus Ex 5, Final Fantasy VII Remke, Destroy All Humans 3, and much more.
Take a look at the complete list of extracted names here to send yourself into a frenzy.
With Redmond promising to make Windows 11 the best way to play PC games, and both Microsoft and Sony gearing up to launch their console exclusive on the PC platform, the future has never been brighter for the original platform.
Oh, and there is also a little something like the Steam Deck coming in hot.
What a time to be alive!