Following yesterday’s massive NVIDIA leak revealing a compiled list of numerous titles that have received no clear announcement of being real, wcftech reached out to the company for a statement and received a reply from an NVIDIA spokesperson.
The spokesperson provided the following statement:
“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.”
This reply is interesting because it confirms that the game list itself is real, but the actual contents are up in the air for validity. While there are titles here that would make sense for speculative purposes, like Kingdom Hearts IV and Sonic Colors Ultimate on Steam, there are just as many games here that are more head-scratching in the realms of speculation than anything else.
For instance, Final Fantasy IX Remake is pretty out there in terms of plausible speculatory purposes for obvious reasons, such as the Final Fantasy VII Remake effort still being in full effect, and Chrono Cross Remaster is such an out of nowhere idea that it legitimately makes part of me think that this leak has confirmed real, never before announced titles.
Now, since none of these games have received official announcements and we have no way of knowing which of these listed titles are merely ‘speculatory,’ it is best not to expect anything solidified until actual announcements by these respective developers and publishes are made.
Still, this does make you think. If this list somehow ends up being real, it will be one of the most gargantuan gaming leaks we have ever seen.
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