GeForce Now leak shows huge list of rumored unannounced titles like Chrono Cross Remaster, FF9 Remake, and more

There’s a massive leak making the rounds and it is connected to Nvidia’s streaming service Geforce Now, basically pointing to a long list of titles that are a mix of either possibly releasing on PC, planned (or scrapped) at some point, or totally unannounced titles such as the likes of a Chrono Cross Remaster, Final Fantasy Tactics Remaster, and much more.

A post by Ighor July shows a long process of basically opening up the GeForce Now database (you can view the video HERE) to find a list of over 18,000 games. The list contains some plausible titles like God of War 2018 and Ghost of Tsushima (not formally announced by Sony yet) since Sony has been porting games to the PC already, with Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection even being officially announced.

Apart from these games, part of the list are references to various unannounced titles, leading to speculation on whether the list is even true or not. The complete list, as can be seen on Reddit, shows some eye-catching games, including the following (but not limited to):

  • Chrono Cross Remaster
  • FF Tactics remaster
  • FF9 Remake
  • Kingdom Hearts IV
  • Street Fighter 6
  • Monster Hunter 6
  • GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas Remasters
  • Bioshock TRX remaster
  • Bioshock 2022
  • Tekken 8

It has to be said that while the list is actually true and can be seen if you actually know how to do the process, it doesn’t mean that the games on the list are going to be released, much more that they are actually in development. These games could either be for testing purposes only, or maybe even canceled at some point, but their appearance alone should make this whole incident rather interesting.

As someone who grew up with RPG’s, the Chrono Cross Remaster and FF Tactics Remake are surely ones to look out for, if true. I won’t hold my breath, but would definitely welcome the chance to play them again if there are indeed plans for these titles.

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