Software engineer Ighor July leaked a list of games that could be coming to GeForce Now, Nvidia's cloud streaming platform. July went public with the information on Sept. 13 after receiving no response from Nvidia when he tried to alert them about being able to access the database.
God of War PC Listed in Nvidia Leak
There is a good deal of evidence supporting the theory that God of War may be making its way to PC, but there is no official guarantee this is true. Nvidia has made it clear that the list contains some speculative titles and that the list is used only 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.
But of course Nvidia will always do everything they can to keep company secrets within its walls and protect upcoming projects. Despite Nvidia's statements there is evidence that God of War will make its way to PC.
For one, other PlayStation exclusives are mentioned in the list such as Final Fantasy VII. PlayStation Studios also bought Nixxes Software, who has over 20 years of experience porting games to other platforms, earlier this year. Other titles are speculated to be old codenames for already confirmed titles like Iris being an older name for Overwatch 2.