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Nvidia confirms its list of leaked Geforce Now PC games is "speculative"

Nvidia has denied that they have leaked any future PC games

Nvidia confirms list of leaked Geforce Now PC Games - Calls it

Nvidia's leaked list of future PC Games isn't real; it's "speculative"

Yesterday, we reported on an Nvidia Geforce Now leak that allegedly showcased some future PC games such as PlayStation's God of War. Today, Nvidia called this list "speculative", confirming that their list is real while stating that their list of games does not act as a "confirmation or announcement of any game". 

When speaking to WccfTech, a representative of Nvidia had the following to say;

    NVIDIA is aware of an unauthorized published game list, with both released and/or speculative titles, used only for internal tracking and testing. Inclusion on the list is neither confirmation nor an announcement of any game.

NVIDIA took immediate action to remove access to the list. No confidential game builds or personal information were exposed.

 

Nvidia's full list, which is compiled here on Reddit, includes games from major publishers like Sony, Microsoft, Valve, EA, Capcom and Take Two. The list includes Titanfall 3, Resident Evil 4 Remake, Crysis 4, GTA Remasters, Demon Souls, Gears 6, Halo 5: Guardians, Half-Life 2 Remastered, and many more unannounced games. 

The list also included so-called "RTX Remaster" titles. These titles included "Bioshock TRX remaster" (RTX misspelt?), Batman, Arkham Knight RTX Remaster, and Mirror's Edge RTX Remaster. These games appear to be remastered versions of AAA gaming classics with Nvidia's RTX feature set enabled. The question here is this, why would Nvidia list these RTX remasters on Geforce Now? Is Nvidia trying to convince developers to create "RTX remaster" titles for their RTX series graphics cards? 

While Nvidia had called this list of games "speculative", many are undoubtedly many titles on their list that will eventually arrive on PC. A Remake of Resident Evil 4 is inevitable, as is a PC release for Microsoft's future Xbox titles. Even with their quick response to this leak, the fact that the leak is real is hugely embarrassing for Nvidia. 

 

Nvidia confirms list of leaked Geforce Now PC Games - Calls it   

As it stands, Nvidia's leaked list of PC games should not be considered as being "real". While it could be theorised that Nvidia is calling their list speculative to save face, it is more likely that Nvidia is being honest with its statement. A lot of Nvidia's game list includes numbered sequels of existing games, remasters of popular games and already rumoured games from major publishers, so there is little reason not to believe what Nvidia says on the matter. That said, Nvidia's "RTX Remaster" titles are more suspicious. Why would Nvidia list them if they weren't, at a minimum, attempting to make them happen? An RTX remaster would require Nvidia's collaboration to create, which would explain how they could appear on Nvidia's leaked game list. 

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14-09-2021, 16:15:23

Dicehunter
Batman Arkham Knight RTX Remaster and Mirrors Edge RTX Remaster would be amazing, The amount of glass and neon'esque lighting in those games makes them perfect candidates for extra eye candy... but I can't see it happening, Probably just a developers wishlist.Quote

14-09-2021, 19:54:21

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Batman Arkham Knight RTX Remaster and Mirrors Edge RTX Remaster would be amazing, The amount of glass and neon'esque lighting in those games makes them perfect candidates for extra eye candy... but I can't see it happening, Probably just a developers wishlist.
It would cripple the GPU when it has so much of that.Quote

15-09-2021, 06:06:29

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
It would cripple the GPU when it has so much of that.

Nah would be fine if they implement a LOD system for distance.Quote
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