Huge Nvidia Database Leak Lists Unannounced Third-Party Games

Update: Nvidia responds to confirm list, states they're 'speculative titles'


Nvidia has responded to the leak and confirmed its authenticity, however in a statement provided to wccftech it has made clear that the list is 'speculative' and was used internally. The full statement is below.

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 took immediate action to remove access to the list. No confidential game builds or personal information were exposed.

Original Article:

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. Interestingly, the list also mentions some other titles, like Bayonetta 3 and Shin Megami Tensei V - both of these games are obviously Switch console exclusives.

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

Square Enix:



Huge Nvidia Database Leak Lists Unannounced Third-Party Games


Bandai Namco:

Curve Digital:

Devolver Digital:


D3 Publisher Inc:






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 for Nvidia's game streaming service - and there's no saying any of them will show up. You can see the additional listings tied to PlayStation and Xbox over on Push Square and Pure Xbox.

One other slightly odd Nintendo-related finding is a Dolphin emulator for GameCube and Wii titles - and New Super Mario Bros. Wii even gets a mention.

[source twitter.com, via pushsquare.com]