A few weeks ago, NVIDIA had a major information leak, revealing possible new versions, both on PC, PlayStation and Xbox, some of which are still unknown. A leak of information that the company itself later confirmed, while assuring that it was not official and that it was an internal placeholder. But every story always has second parts and we may be faced with the most important information leak 2.0.
In this new filtration, as we saw in the original link of GitHub, placeholders or approximate release dates are given for the vast majority of games from Microsoft studios, even some we still don’t know about, like Gears 6.
New Nvidia Leak Dates Xbox Exclusives
Yes, to say that Gears 6 will arrive at some point is quite logical, but this new information from GeForce Now servers places its launch in 2022. At the same time, in a formidable end of the year, Microsoft would make Xbox Series X | S and PC games like Aweded, Perfect Dark, Hellblade II or Project Mara. Obviously these dates they are nothing more than a placeholder, internal dates that Nvidia itself assumes on Microsoft’s projects.
Of course, as happened the other time, this is probably testing and information internal to the company itself, with a view to launches in the next few years. It would be rare for such a large consolidation of large projects by Microsoft in a few days (or even successive days). Although it is true that some dates could be true, like the launch of Redfall on June 20, 2022 (it is announced that it will arrive in the summer of 2022).
In addition, the leak also gives a “date” to third-party titles, like A Plague Tale: Requiem or the surprising Wu-Kong. And it even “announces” titles that are not yet official today, like Kingdom Hearts 4. On the other hand, there is also mention of Sony games coming to PC, like the already announced God of War or the most recent. Ratchet and Clank, Returnal or the next Horizon: Forbidden West.
However, as we have already mentioned, this it’s nothing more than an internal placeholder on Nvidia’s part. The company’s own and speculative information regarding possible announcements and predictions for games that could come to PC in the next 3 years and therefore be available in its cloud gaming service. Nail way to keep your back.
With all of this, this new filtration, we can shed some light on what is intuitive within the industry itself and when, more or less, the headlines might arrive. Because, perhaps, many of the proposed dates are not that wrong. And yes, Fable in 2023 sounds great, but at the moment it’s unofficial.