As you might have already heard, there’s been a gigantic Nvidia GeForce Now database leak. GeForce Now is Nvidia’s cloud gaming service and a C++ developer named Ighor July has been able to open it up – revealing what is believed to be a bunch of unannounced projects and upcoming releases en route to PC.
Some of these titles have been rumoured for platforms like the Nintendo Switch – perhaps the standout of the lot being the GTA Remasters. The list also mentions some other upcoming third-party releases, which again may or may not come to Nintendo’s hybrid platform, if they are legitimate.
Keep in mind, none of these projects have been officially confirmed. Here’s the full list (Reddit via Push Square):
- Chrono Cross Remaster
- Final Fantasy Tactics Remaster
- Final Fantasy IX Remake (possibly just a reference to the recent remaster)
- Kingdom Hearts IV
- Resident Evil 4 Remake (previously rumoured)
- Street Fighter 6
- Dragon’s Dogma 2 (previously rumoured)
- Monster Hunter 6
- Grand Theft Auto Remasters (previously rumoured)
- BioShock 2022
- Mirror’s Edge Remaster
- Untitled Respawn Game
- Titanfall 3
- Tekken 8
- The Talos Principle 2
- Crysis 4
- Batman Arkham Knight Remaster
- XCOM 3
- Injustice 3: Gods Will Fall
- Destroy All Humans 3
- Sniper Elite 5
- Cities: Skylines 2
- Fight for Middle-Earth
- Mortal Kombat XII
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Remaster (recently debunked by Activision)
- Helldivers 2
Apart from GTA, as you can see there are Square Enix titles, a number of previously rumoured Capcom games, some EA titles and much more. Once again, none of these games have been officially confirmed – and there’s no saying any of them will necessarily show up on the Nintendo Switch. You can see the additional listings tied to PlayStation and Xbox over on Push Square and Pure Xbox.
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