A clever person has data mined the NVIDIA GeForce Now database and found that a number of PlayStation exclusives that seems to be heading to PC. The list includes Demon’s Souls, God of War (2018), Returnal, Ghost of Tsushima, Gran Turismo 7, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, and rather surprisingly, Horizon Forbidden West.
All the games are tagged with being published by PlayStation Mobile, which is correct, and the listing also includes the recently announced Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection. Sony have said that they would be bringing more PlayStation exclusives to PC but I don’t think anyone thought that would mean all of them, even Ratchet & Clank is listed.
The list also includes the rumoured Grand Theft Auto 3 – Remastered, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – Remastered, and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – Remastered, along with Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. Final Fantasy 7 Remake also makes an appearance.
NVIDIA GeForce Now is a streaming service that taps into your game collection owned on digital PC storefronts. That’s why there are references to Steam against some of the games including God of War. It is possible that these listings are just placeholder data used by developers of NVIDIA GeForce Now, but it does seem a bit odd they would go to the lengths of putting the behind God of War just for testing purposes. However, it is a possibility so don’t get too excited just yet.
The Steam page for Sony Mobile which launched a while back also seems to hint there are many unannounced games on the way to PC
Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves was announced mere days ago brings together Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, enhancing them for newer and much more powerful systems. The game collection will release in Early 2022 for PlayStation 5, with the PC version following shortly after.
These are easily two of the best games you could pick up for the PlayStation 4. We gave Uncharted 4 a stellar 10/10 when it released in 2016. In our review, Jim said:
“Uncharted 4 is more than masterful, bearing the hallmarks of a true system seller. What struck me most as an ardent fans of the series is how much it breaks away from the original blueprint yet manages to amaze on every level. Where many studios step safely from one sequel and into the next, Naughty Dog has taken a gigantic leap, proving yet again they’re the best in the business.”