Final Fantasy VII Remake PC Rumored in Nvidia Leak

Cloud in Final Fantasy VII
Cloud in Final Fantasy VII / Credit to PlayStation/Square Enix

The Final Fantasy VII Remake for PC is one of the many games featured in the list of leaked games from Nvidia GeForce Now.

The leak was made available to the public on Sept. 13 by software developer Ighor July after receiving no answer from Nvidia when he attempted to alert them about being able to access the list of possible games.

Final Fantasy VII Remake PC Rumored in Nvidia Leak

However, this does not mean Final Fantasy VII Remake is guaranteed to come to PC. Nvidia has been quick to make statements to diminish hype around the leak, stating that the list is used for internal tracking and testing.

"Inclusion on the list is neither confirmation nor an announcement of any game," Nvidia has said in statements since the leak.

Of course, Nvidia does have a strong motive to be dismissive of the leak's importance to protect the company's current and future projects. And there is a good deal of evidence that these leaks are useful. Other PlayStation exclusive are mentioned in the list such as God of War for PC. Other titles could be old project names for released projects like Iris being an old name for Overwatch 2.

In addition to everything we've learned from the Nvidia leak, PlayStation Studios also bought Nixxes Software in July. A development studio that has over 20 years of experience in making PC ports and optimizations of other studios' games. Any leak should be taken with a grain of salt, but this one could hold the titles for plenty of future projects.