Sony has been pretty coy with announcing which PlayStation games will be coming to PC after they announced more of their console exclusives will be coming to the PC platform. However, a new leak from Nvidia’s GeForce Now service suggests we could be getting some of their most popular games soon.
According to the leak, the PlayStation exclusive titles coming to PC at some point include: God of War, Ghost of Tsushima, Demons Souls Remake, Gran Turismo 7, Ratchet and Clank,Returnal, and Sackboy A Big Adventure. There’s also mention of the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection and Horizon Forbidden West, the former we already knew is coming to PC and the latter is more than likely to as well.
The list comes from Nvidia’s own database of games, which lists all compatible titles on their cloud streaming service. You can even access it yourself if you want to take a look yourself. The leak also mentions the Final Fantasy 7 Remake that has been rumored to launch on the Epic Games Store, as well as the recently rumored Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Remasters.
Even though it’s Nvidia themselves, it’s important to take this all with a grain of salt. It’s very possible that this could just be a collaboration with Sony and their PlayStation Now service. There’s also a couple references to some unannounced games, which are likely just placeholders for testing. Either way, none of this is complete 100% confirmation that these games are coming to PC.
What is worth noting though, is that God of War is likely to be the next game coming to PC after the Uncharted PC Collection. The reason being is that it lists Steam as a platform with a “TBD” Steam ID unlike other entries in the list.
Some other interesting titles have been spotted as well, including PlayStation’s Judgment with keyboard and mouse support, plus a game called “Fight for Middle-Earth” and “Injustice 3: Gods Will Fall”. Even some Nintendo games pop up like Super Mario Bros. Wii, but is likely just because of Nvidia Shield and a partnership with Nintendo for testing.
Unfortunately, as many have been hoping for, there is no mention of Bloodborne or Marvels Spider-Man coming to PC. That doesn’t mean it’s definitely never happening, but it's certainly not on the cards right now.
What do you think? Are you excited for more PlayStation games coming to PC? Of the list, which games are you most interested in? Let us know!