The games listed on the GeForce Now database include:

  • God of War, Returnal and Demon’s Souls for PC
  • GTA3, Vice City and San Andreas remasters
  • Fight for Middle-Earth” and “Injustice 3: Gods Will Fall
  • Human: Fall Flat 2
  • Total War 9
  • Helldivers 2
  • Halo 5: Guardians for PC
  • Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled for PC
  • BioShock 2022
  • Final Fantasy VII Remake for PC
  • Bayonetta 3 for PC
  • Crysis 4
  • Kingdom Hearts 4

Many have pestered Xbox for Halo 5 and this leak is great news for Halo fans. Halo: MCC was popular on Steam making to 3rd overall on the active list. Halo 5 may be an even bigger splash. Halo generally runs way better on a SSD so its not a bad idea to look at some of the 2TB and 4TB models on the market. The big 8TB model is a tad expensive.

Bioshock fans will be happy to see a new addition to the games as well. A new Crysis game will also be popular if Crytek can rekindle the magic of the original game. Some of the other games are known from consoles but this list suggests these are going to be all available in the PC which is great news for the PC gaming community.

I did not copy the code name list as this would be useless for search engines. NVIDIA tried to play down the leak, but on the face it, the GeForce Now provides the gaming community with a solid list of new titles to consider. If only a new graphics card was available to play new titles.


Some posts suggest RTX 3080 cards are now out of production. Speculation that new LHR versions are in the works but the news confirms what NVIDIA said earlier.

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