Nvidia Leaks Confirm Kingdom Hearts 4, Resident Evil 4 Remake, God of War 2018 Coming to PC, and More

There are dozens of legit unannounced games that just got leaked through a six-month-old GeForce database.



In a colossal f*ck-up by Nvidia, users have discovered an internal testing database by unlocking GeForce Now, its cloud gaming service that includes a bunch of early unannounced titles. The leak all but confirms the existence of dozens and dozens of rumored games that Nvidia has been testing and so much more.

The scope of this leak is among some of the biggest we have ever seen, like ever, and is bound to piss off a ton of Nvidia’s gaming partners. That being said, a lot of these titles are probably just placeholders of sorts so some of these games may never actually come to market or are many years off. “BioShock 2022”, for example, is one such name on the list that could mean a bunch of different things like maybe a remake, RTX remaster, or an upgraded version of some kind as it isn’t likely that we will see BioShock 4 or some other major entry in that specific series before 2023 at the earliest.

But let’s get to why you are here; the list of the “leaked games”. Just remember to take an appropriate amount of salt with this stuff as anything you see on this list could get canceled, pushed back, or not be what you think it is. That said, we are pretty confident that many of these are indeed real, from what we hear in the industry, especially the Resident Evil 4 remake, for example.

This specific list was collected from a Reddit post that gathered all the data you see below. Among the list of games in development for PC are a whopping library of PlayStation exclusives, such as God of War (2018), Returnal, and Demon Souls (but no Spider-Man or Bloodborne, unfortunately). Again, take this with healthy dose of salt.

  • God of War, Returnal, and Demon Souls for PC
  • No mention of PS4’s Spider-Man or Bloodborne for PC
  • GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas Remasters
  • Some unannounced GeForce NOW games like Mafia: Definitive Edition
  • Even the new Uncharted Collection for PC (with its complete name) and Alan Wake Remastered are there
  • A lot of PlayStation Games/Ports (IMPORTANT! If it doesn’t say Steam/Epic at the end it might just be a GeForce Now/PS Now crossover for testing (since PS NOW is also on PC))

  • Some announced and unannounced Xbox Game Studio’s Projects (announced games like Avowed, Indiana Jones, Fable (Project Holland), Forza (Project Woodstock))
  • Some Nintendo Games like Super Mario Bros. Wii. show up because of Nvidia SHIELD in China
  • ”Fight for Middle-Earth”
  • Half-Life 2 Remastered (under Valve Software)
  • Titan Quest 2 & Outcast (”at the THQ Nordic Event September 17th”)
  • Payday 3
  • ”Metro Next”
  • ”Project FPS (Paradox Interactive)”
  • Human: Fall Flat 2
  • ”Hangar 13 unannounced”
  • The Talos Principle 2
  • ”Total War 9”
  • Untitled Respawn Game
  • Kingdom Hearts IV
  • Untitled The Initiative Game (probably Perfect Dark)
  • Sniper Elite 5
  • ”Monster Hunter 6”
  • Helldivers 2
  • Judgement with Mouse & Keyboard support (maybe not a PC version, perhaps Stadia?)
  • Halo 5: Guardians for PC
  • Cities Skylines 2
  • As Dusk Falls and As Dusk Falls Season 2
  • Space Punks for Steam (currently EGS exclusive)
  • Tomb Raider Anniversary (2021) and Tomb Raider 25th Anniversary (2021)
  • S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Android
  • Gears 6
  • ”Hitman Pro”
  • ”Worms Next”
  • Destroy All Humans! 3
  • Earth Defense Force 6
  • Dragon’s Dogma 2
  • Wreckfest Sequel
  • Crysis 4
  • Resident Evil 4 Remake
  • Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled for PC
  • Chrono Cross Remaster
  • ”Bioshock 2022”
  • Shin Megami Tensei V and Catherine Full Body for PC (this is all from ATLUS, no Persona 5 mentioned)
  • Bioshock RTX Remaster, Mirror’s Edge RTX Remaster, Batman: Arkham Knight RTX Remaster could be linked to this
  • Final Fantasy VII Remake for PC

The creator behind SteamDB, Pavel Djundik had some things to say about the leak which also confirms our thoughts about what we are seeing on this list:

SteamDB creator Pavel Djundik weighs in on the leak:

”There’s a lot more interesting entries and unannounced games in there, but still take it with a grain of salt. This might be a “Geforce” list in general, not just GFN, because not all games have GFN entries. Perhaps this includes profiles in geforce experience?”

“As long as companies keep making APIs without doing any basic filtering or testing, we will keep getting leaks as the one happened today. Geforce GraphQL just happily gave you all the data when asked (fixed now). Similar story to multiple previous Steam leaks (like help desk).”

“Fun for gamers to speculate on though, it’s pretty interesting how many games did eventually get released years after the Steam leaks.”

But Pavel from SteamDB wasn’t the only industry insider who had some input on the leak. Jez Corden over at Windows Central also had some thoughts that echo Pavel’s and our own. Here is what Corden had to say:

”For those DM’ing, believe the NVIDIA GeForce leak is real, and we’ll have some additional details on the codenames for Xbox Game Studios shortly on @WCGamingTweets.

Codenames don’t mean definite projects, but it included Typhoon which is Contraband, and Holland which is Fable.”

Corden also wrote a follow-up over on Windows Central which expands on quite a bit of this which only further has us excited about what is to come in the future of gaming. Be sure to check that out as well if you have any remaining skepticism.

The Reddit user who compiled this list, who goes by OnkelJupp, added the significance in being aware that the leak contains a lot of info on placeholders and legit games, and that at the present time we can’t be 100% certain which ones will be released but there are dozens in here that are a safe bet, especially ones that have already been announced. OnkelJupp also made sure to note that games such as the Uncharted games with its exact naming in a six-month-old database confirm that this is a real leak with real info. We just don’t know if all of these games will be released just yet.

All-in-all this is an exciting leak and we can’t wait to experience some of those titles old and new. It sounds like a few of these classics will be getting RTX upgrades such as Arkham Knight and BioShock while others will get sequels like Kingdom Hearts 4 and Gears of War 6. Not to mention a handful of PlayStation ports (which we did actually mention early on in the article).

Nvidia may have messed up and pissed some people off but we are pretty stoked to see that the Resident Evil 4 remake has at least a little more evidence to prove its actual existence. It’s starting to feel like a Bigfoot sighting at this point.

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Marc is the Editor in Chief for Geek Outpost. If you have an inside scoop you want to share, hit him up @MarcTammer on Twitter or email him at marc@geekoutpost.com. He prefers Crocs for their style over their comfort.


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