This week, a GeForce Now database leak appeared to reveal a ton of unannounced games, including the likes of God of War (PC), Gears of War 6, Crysis 4, Titanfall 3 and more. Now, Nvidia has responded to the leak, confirming that it is real, although it also says that the titles listed in the leak are “speculative”.
Speaking with wccftech, an Nvidia spokesperson confirmed the leak, saying: “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.”
The spokesperson confirmed that Nvidia has taken action “to remove access to the list” and also says that “no confidential game builds or personal information” was exposed.
As we reported yesterday, the list of unannounced titles seemed to feature a mix of placeholder titles in anticipation for an announcement, in addition to some legitimate unannounced games, or codenames for games that were only recently announced. Several Xbox Game Studios project codenames appeared in the leak, including Project Typhoon and Project Holland, which we know publicly as Contraband and Fable. Other titles, like BioShock 2022, Crysis 4, Kingdom Hearts 4 and God of War on PC seem to be speculative/placeholder entries.
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KitGuru Says: There were a lot of interesting entries on the list, but there were more than a few dubious titles mixed in there.