Nvidia's response to the GeForce Now database leak: the list is authentic but contains "speculative titles".
Nvidia suffered a major GeForce Now database hack yesterday. The cyber-attack that was on everyone's lips and many a news feed resulted in a substantial list of games PC players could expect ported to their platform of choice finding its way onto the Internet. However, one leaked list of games does not an official announcement make and so far we've had no wind of one materializing any time soon.
When reached for comment by Wccftech, Nvidia's spokesperson had this to say:
"NVIDIA is aware of an unauthorized published game list, with both released and/or speculative titles, used only for internal tracking and testing. Inclusion on the list is neither confirmation nor an announcement of any game.
NVIDIA took immediate action to remove access to the list. No confidential game builds or personal information were exposed."
It's clear that Nvidia is currently embroiled in damage control and getting their money's worth out of the in-house PR team.
We already know that Sony is planning to port their exclusive titles to PC; they showed how serious they were about the endeavour by obtaining Nixxes Software, a studio that specialises in PC ports. Now all that's left to do is wait for an official announcement and argue with strangers online about how exactly should a Norse god of thunder and lightning look like in a video game.