Leak: Ghost of Tsushima, God of War Ragnarok and more Playstation exclusives coming to PC soon!

A new leak that emerged on a 4Chan board, and later shared on Reddit, by an Anonymous who claims to work at Nixxes, a Sony owned Dutch development studio responsible for bringing Playstation’s games like Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered to PC, suggests that hit Playstation exclusives Demon Souls, Ghost of Tsushima, The Last of Us II, God of War Ragnarok and Gran Turismo 7 are all coming to PC later this year.

The leak also indicated that the team behind both Ghost of Tsushima and Demon Souls is taking longer than anticipated to release the games on PC due to it being their first time porting a game to the Windows platform. They also added that a PC version of Spider-Man 2 is arriving possible early 2025, with Sony in discussions regarding bringing earlier releases like Infamous Second Son to PC as well.

Some online users have pointed to a previous leak from Nvidia back in September 2021, in which a web developer was able to dig through the Geforce Now client files and found a list containing about 18,000 games, some of which have not been released or discussed by the media, Nvidia commented that some of the games on the last are “speculative titles” used for testing and their names being on the list does not confirm a release.

However, an article by PCGamer is tracking and comparing the games on the list with actual releases and it does not seem far from accurate; as a lot of games especially from Sony have actually received a PC port as expected, like the original God of War as well as Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection.

The inclusion of Ghost of Tsushima has ignited excitement among players, as the estimated $60 million budget game by Sucker Punch studios has seen an enormous success with 9.73 million copies sold by July 2022 and a 40/40 Metacritic score. God of War Ragnarok on the other hand, came as a sequel to the successful original reboot that was released in 2018, reported to have sold more than 670 thousand units in the UK alone by the end of 2022, and won multiple trophies at Game Awards 2022.

Others on the other hand, like in every apparent leak, did not seem confident in the news, with one user writing “This seems a little too good to be true”, and other saying how this information is taken from the old Nvidia leak and does not hold much merit on its own.

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