Resident Evil 4 Remake Rumored in Nvidia Leak

Leon in Resident Evil 4
Leon in Resident Evil 4 / Credit to Capcom

A Resident Evil 4 remake is one of many games rumored in a recent Nvidia GeForce Now leak.

The leak contains a list of games that may be coming to Nvidia GeForce Now, Nvidia's cloud streaming platform. The leak was made public by Ighor July on Sept. 13 after receiving no response from Nvidia after attempting to notify them about being able to access the database.

Resident Evil 4 Remake Rumored in Nvidia Leak

The Resident Evil 4 remake rumor holds more water than other games on the leaked list, but is far from guaranteed to be released in the foreseeable future. Nvidia has already made statements since the leak intended to downplay the importance of the leaked information. They have stated that many of the games featured on the list are speculative and that the list is being used for internal tracking and testing.

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

But of course Nvidia will always have a motive to keep company secrets out of the eyes of the public. All leaks should be approached with a grain of salt, but there is evidence to support the validity of this leaked list of games. Some of the titles include games that are already released and are expected to be ported to PC such as God of War, and many of the other titles are early names for upcoming releases such as Iris being a codename for Overwatch 2.

Resident Evil 4 has been rumored for quite some time now and its inclusion on this list may serve as further evidence that the long-awaited remake is in the works.