God of War, Ghost of Tsushima and many others exclusive PS4 and PS5 seem to be directed at the PC, based on what emerged from the service database Nvidia GeForce NOW, which certainly cannot be taken as an official source but which opens up a very interesting rumor.
In practice, some users have performed an unlock of the Nvidia GeForce NOW client, discovering a “secret” database definitely full of surprises, including a huge number of exclusive games for PS4 and PS5, among these we find, for example:
- Demon’s Souls
- Ghost of Tsushima
- God of War
- Gran Turismo 7
- Horizon Forbidden West
- Ratchet & Clank
And many other games, as shown in the image below.
The unlocking of database access is for testing purposes and in any case cannot be taken as a concrete indication that the games in question are coming to PC, but it certainly represents a rather bizarre episode.
All the titles in question appear published by PlayStation Mobile Inc., or the same label used by Sony to publish Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone on PC, so the data would make sense. Another rather suspicious issue is the fact that it appears there Uncharted: Legacy if Thieves Collection with its exact name, entered before the collection was actually announced for PC and PS5 at the PlayStation Showcase.
We therefore remain waiting to understand if this information has confirmation: it is certain that Sony intends to continue on the path of porting on PC of its most famous titles, but the presence of games that have not yet been released even on PS5 is obviously somewhat suspicious.