While announcements come to be an exciting moment for the video game industry, many of the exhilarating reveals are public knowledge well in advanced to the official unveiling from the developer/publisher. That is to blame thanks to the amount of back doors for information to come through. Namely industry insider comments, storefront listings, or source code slips prove to be some of the most comment avenues for leaks in recent years.
Some of the most namesake premature unearthings appeared over on Epic Games Store. In that, Final Fantasy VII Remake appeared in a data entry for the PC storefront. By extension, it also referenced Alan Wake Remastered which only recently faced the official announcement and plans to release later in October.
This week, a database leak over for Nvidia GeForce Now revealed more than a dozen unannounced properties that were on the way. While the official streaming platform is likely to have listed many accurate releases from respective firms, the company in a statement to WCCFTech tells that all listed material is “speculative titles” for testing purposes.
You can view the full list below:
Alan Wake Remastered (Steam)
Batman: Arkham Knight RTX Remaster
Bioshock TRX remaster
Catherine Full Body
Chrono Cross Remaster
Dragons Dogma 2
Earth Defence Force 6
Final Fantasy IX Remake
Final Fantasy Tactics Remaster
Final Fantasy VII Remake
Final Fantasy XVI
GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas Remasters
Half-Life 2 Remastered
Human Fall Flat 2
Kingdom Hearts IV
Metal Gear Solid 2 – Sons of Liberty HD
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater HD
Mirror’s Edge RTX Remaster
Monster Hunter 6
Resident Evil 4 Remake
Shin Megami Tensei V
Street Fighter 6
The Talos Principle 2
Timesplitters 2 Remastered
Tomb Raider Anniversary (2021)
Unannounced title by Square Enix
Untitled Respawn Game
“NVIDIA is aware of an unauthorized published game list, with both released and/or speculative titles, used only for internal tracking and testing. Inclusion on the list is neither confirmation nor an announcement of any game,” Nvidia comments. “NVIDIA took immediate action to remove access to the list. No confidential game builds or personal information were exposed.”
Respectively so, a platitude of the titles referenced in the list such as Indiana Jones, Resident Evil 4 Remake, and Alan Wake Remastered are likely candidates to be authentic thanks to previous reports/announcements in the past. However, many surely are as Nvidia says such as the few RTX Remastered titles alongside other unannounced projects like Titanfall 3 and Crysis 4 are questionable certainly.
What are you most interested to see manifest from this database leak?