GeForce Now leak "confirms" more PlayStation exclusives are coming to the PC
By Ray Ampoloquio September 12, 2021
A growing number of former PlayStation-exclusive titles have made their way to the PC in recent years.
Kojima Productions' Death Stranding was one of the first big PlayStation exclusives to make its way to the PC.
Soon after, Guerilla Games' Horizon Zero Dawn made its way to the PC as well.
Now, it appears that Sony is gearing up to bring even more of its exclusives to the PC.
The latest set of info comes from a GeForce Now database leak.
The source claims that he's found data that proves the existence of God of War, Returnal, and Demon's Souls within the database.
If true, this is huge for PC gamers.
Earlier this year, Sony ported Days Gone over to the PC.
Meanwhile, the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves collection is coming in 2022.
Of course, we recommend that you take this information with a grain of salt.
The existence of these games in the GeForce Now database doesn't confirm that a PC port is coming.
Devs have been known to use GeForce Now for testing and development.
What is the most interesting part here is the listing for God of War.
The 2018 soft-reboot of the classic PlayStation exclusive franchise is the only one with a listing that mentions Steam.
This would coincide with an earlier leak that a PC port of God of War (and Ghost of Tsushima) was in the works.
Nevertheless, this is exciting news for PC gamers.
Many consider games like God of War, Returnal, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, as some of the best games of all time.
Even if not all PS-exclusive games will make it to the PC, the fact that some will is a reason to celebrate.
God of War, in particular, makes the most sense as the next PC port.
The sequel isn't expected to release in 2022.
Even then, Sony might choose to delay it to make way for Forbidden West.
A PC port of 2018's God of War would help tide audiences over in case of a lengthier delay.
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