It would be fair to say that a few of us had already expected more PlayStation exclusive games to be ported but Ghost of Tsushima coming to PC is surely news that came out of nowhere. All of these scoops are sourced through a recent NVIDIA GeForce leak and is now a worldwide topic of discussion. Know more about the following below:
Ghost of Tsushima Coming to PC – The NVIDIA GeForce Leak
The recent leak regarding NVIDIA GeForce has revealed some more PlayStation games that are coming to PC. We just got an official announcement from Sony about God of War (2018) and now, though not official, the leaked list sure makes us eager. But there’s a possibility that the leak might not be hundred percent genuine.
The original leak featured more than just Ghost of Tsushima. The games that were found on the leak were from both PlayStation and Nintendo Switch exclusives. The list included games like Ghost of Tsushima, Returnal, Final Fantasy Tactics Remaster, Chrono Cross Remaster, Kingdom Hearts IV, Shin Megami Tensei (which is a Nintendo Switch exclusive as of now).
NVIDIA’s response about the leak
Well, NVIDIA’s response about this leak was somewhat expected by us all. They said that the names extracted from the leaked list are just mere speculations as of now. This means there is a high chance that some or even most of them might not get finalized. But this statement was too transparent for us fans as the previously announced titles tend most to believe that there is a pretty decent chance of this becoming a reality.
Just to solidify fans’ theories, the legitimacy of the list became more precedented when one of the games, mentioned in it, was officially announced. Yes, we are talking about Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition.
Another GeForce leak?
Following this popular NVIDIA GeForce leak, a new leak has emerged claiming games like Horizon Forbidden West, Ghost of Tsushima, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, and a few more, to be coming out in 2022 for PC and their respective dates.
All these game names being mentioned would be such a delight to play on PC to gain a new experience. There are also some ETA release dates mentioned but there is no sheer proof of legitimacy so we should just wait a few more days for the official announcements before getting all riled up.
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