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God of War, Gran Turismo 7, Ghost of Tsushima, and other huge PlayStation hits could be headed to the PC in the near future.

A massive list of titles extracted from NVIDIA’s official GeForce NOW database has been published on GitHub. The list includes all of the aforementioned blockbusters from PlayStation Studios, as well as other upcoming exclusives such as Guerrilla Games’ heavily anticipated Horizon Zero Dawn sequel, Horizon Forbidden Quest. Grand Theft Auto 3 Remastered and Final Fantasy VII Remake are listed as well.

The full list can be found here. While it doesn’t necessarily confirm that all of these games are, in fact, headed to PC, it does raise the question as to why NVIDIA would list such titles if they weren’t being planned for GeForce NOW.

Ighor July has shared an article and video that explains how the data was originally extracted from GeForce NOW. NVIDIA has reportedly patched the method since today’s leak, however.

Image: Ighor July

Sources: Ighor July, GitHub

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7 Comments

  1. If sony makes money from selling games, not consoles, why do they even need to sell consoles? I mean they could just sell games on all platforms and make all the money.

  2. [QUOTE=”MadMummy76, post: 41253, member: 1298″]
    If sony makes money from selling games, not consoles, why do they even need to sell consoles? I mean they could just sell games on all platforms and make all the money.
    [/QUOTE]
    They don’t make that much money on consoles, specially not at first. But they make loads of money on every game sold for the consoles so you need to get a pretty big installed base. Sony 1st party titles are also big sellers for the most part.

  3. I don’t know that Atari/Sega/etc have done out all that much better since giving up their hardware side.

    Consoles are very lucrative ~as long as~ you can keep people inside the ecosystem. You get licensing royalties on everything that’s compatible – games, hardware, peripherals, sales in the locked digital storefront, etc.

  4. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 41279, member: 96″]
    I don’t know that Atari/Sega/etc have done out all that much better since giving up their hardware side.

    Consoles are very lucrative ~as long as~ you can keep people inside the ecosystem. You get licensing royalties on everything that’s compatible – games, hardware, peripherals, sales in the locked digital storefront, etc.
    [/QUOTE]

    Huh I wonder what the apple epic battle will mean for consoles. Probably nothing.

    Also why wouldn’t Nvidia just list all of the upcoming titles thst make headlines in their DB to be mined? Wouldn’t thst get them more free advertising?

  5. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 41279, member: 96″]
    I don’t know that Atari/Sega/etc have done out all that much better since giving up their hardware side.

    Consoles are very lucrative ~as long as~ you can keep people inside the ecosystem. You get licensing royalties on everything that’s compatible – games, hardware, peripherals, sales in the locked digital storefront, etc.
    [/QUOTE]
    They haven’t. In fact, both those companies are shells of their former selves.

  6. [QUOTE=”Dan_D, post: 41287, member: 6″]
    They haven’t. In fact, both those companies are shells of their former selves.
    [/QUOTE]
    Thanks, that was kinda the point I was trying to show.

  7. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 41291, member: 96″]
    Thanks, that was kinda the point I was trying to show.
    [/QUOTE]
    To further that, SEGA I believe cited hardware development as being too costly as it had botched two console cycles in a row and basically put themselves in a position where they couldn’t recover and had to transition to being a software only company. Atari is trying to capitalize on the retro gaming craze with a new console, but it’s not designed to compete with newer consoles like the XBOX One X and Playstation 5. It will basically run classic Atari games and newer games made in a similar style.

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