God of War, Ghost of Tsushima and Ratchet and Clank 2016 have been spotted in the GeForce Now database suggesting that these could be coming to PC soon.
We already know that Sony's exclusives are coming to PC. Sony themselves confirmed that they will be porting more of their first-party lineup to PC and they even acquired Nixxes Software, a studio that specialise in PC ports, which is pretty much a confirmation that Sony have big plans for the PC platform.
Today, we have new bits of information regarding some planned PC ports, thanks to a GeForce Now platform hack. Apparently, unlock the GeForce Now database has revealed that a full slate of PlayStation exclusives are listed for PC (Steam).
Some of the games in the database are God of War (2018), Ghost of Tsushima, Ratchet and Clank (2016) and more. Check out the listing below:
Of course, this is far from an official confirmation that these games are coming to PC, but it's certainly a strong suggestion that Sony are pretty serious regarding their PC port plans.
It remains to be seen when exactly Sony will drop the official announcements. If we had to guess, we would say the God of War announcement will probably come along with the God of War Ragnarok release while the others could follow later on.
Hopefully, Bloodborne will also be one of the PlayStation exclusives to come to PC.