A new NVIDIA GeForce leak has revealed that more PlayStation games are coming to PC, like Ghost of Tsushima, Horizon Forbidden West, and The Elder Scroll VI.
A new leak involving the NVIDIA GeForce service has revealed some of the PlayStation games that are coming to PC in the future, including Ghost of Tsushima and Returnal. The identity of several upcoming PC ports of console games was potentially revealed in September when a data mine of the NVIDIA GeForce service brought up several names and tentative release dates.
The original leak featured several massive announcements, assuming that they are true. It included games like Kingdom Hearts IV, Chrono Cross Remaster, Final Fantasy Tactics Remaster, and a PC port of Shin Megami Tensei V, which is currently meant to be a Nintendo Switch exclusive. NVIDIA responded to the leak, saying that the names were speculation only and shouldn't be taken as gospel. Fans have doubted this statement, as at least one of the games on the list was proven to be legit when Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition was announced.
A new leak has been revealed by Okami Games on Twitter, which was taken from an archived Git Hub page. This leak not only confirms some of the games on the previous list, but it comes with some tentative release dates. The list mentions several PlayStation games coming to PC, in 2022, with Ghost of Tsushima set to launch on February 8, Horizon Forbidden West on September 30, Ratchet & Clank on October 3, Returnal on April 4, Sackboy: A Big Adventure on May 1, and Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection on February 7. These dates likely aren't set in stone and are subject to change. This leak should be treated as a rumor for the time being.
It's no surprise that more PlayStation games are coming to PC, as Sony created the PlayStation Mobile label for this very purpose. What's more surprising is the speed at which some of the games are coming to other platforms. Ghost of Tsushima is a little over a year old, while Returnal was released in 2021. Fans expected Sony to hold off for a few years on bringing some of its bigger titles to PC, as a quick release diminishes their value as exclusives. It seems Sony disagrees if these dates are to be believed, and there is plenty of reason to think they are just loose placeholders.
Microsoft already uses a simultaneous console/PC launch for its games, which some believed damaged the Xbox One when compared to the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, as it didn't have any true exclusives. It remains to be seen whether Sony's PlayStation games on PC strategy will pay off, especially in an era when it's still difficult to acquire a PlayStation 5 in the first place.
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