Huge Nvidia Database Leaks List Unannounced Third-Party Games


Nvidia responded to the leak and confirmed its authenticity, but in a statement provided to wccftech, it made it clear that the listing is “speculative” and was used internally. The full statement is below.

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

Nvidia took immediate action to remove access to the list. No confidential game versions or personal information was exposed.

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As you may have already heard, there has been a gigantic Nvidia GeForce Now database leak. GeForce Now is Nvidia’s cloud gaming service and a C++ developer named Ighor July was able to crack it open – revealing what are thought to be a bunch of unannounced projects and upcoming releases on their way to PC.

Some of these titles have been rumored for platforms such as the Nintendo Switch – perhaps the most notable of the lot is the GTA Remasters. Interestingly, the list also mentions other titles, like Bayonet 3 and Shin Megami Tensei V – these two games are obviously exclusive to the Switch console.

Keep in mind that none of these projects have been officially confirmed for PC. Here is the list via Reddit:


  • Chrono Cross remastered
  • Final Fantasy Tactics Remaster
  • Final Fantasy IX Remake (maybe just a reference to the recent remaster)
  • Tomb Raider Anniversary
  • Kingdom Hearts IV


  • Resident Evil 4 Remake (previously rumored)
  • Street Fighter 6
  • Dragons Dogma 2 (previously rumored)
  • Monster Hunter 6

take two:

  • GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas Remasters (previously rumored)
  • Bioshock RTX Remaster
  • Bioshock 2022


  • Edge RTX Remaster mirrors
  • Untitled Spawn Game
  • Titanfall 3

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  • Catherine full body
  • Shin Megami Tensei V


  • Batman: Arkham Knight RTX Remaster



Outside of GTA, as you can see, there are Square Enix titles, a number of well-known Capcom games, some EA titles, and more. Again, none of these games have been officially confirmed for Nvidia’s game streaming service – and there’s no guarantee that any of them will show up. You can see additional listings related to PlayStation and Xbox on Push Square and Pure Xbox.

Another slightly odd Nintendo-related discovery is a Dolphin emulator for GameCube and Wii titles – and New Super Mario Bros Wii even gets a mention.

Joseph K. Bennett