In A Huge Leak “Elder Scrolls 6” and Hogwarts Legacy Release Dates Were Included

The release dates for future games such as “The Elder Scrolls VI”, Hogwarts Legacy, Kingdom Hearts 4, and others appear to have been exposed through a rumored large Nvidia GeForce Now leak. Nvidia is a technology corporation best recognized for its powerful gaming hardware and GeForce Now, a cloud gaming service. In September, the gaming subscription service released a number of future titles, and it appears that another huge leak has occurred.

The previous Nvidia GeForce Now leak included a database containing a large number of unannounced titles that were rumored to be coming to the service in the near future. Many of these games featured previously released PlayStation-exclusive titles, implying that they would be coming to PC soon. Many of the featured titles, such as Kingdom Hearts 4 and Injustice 3, were utterly unexpected and unannounced. The later announcement of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy and God of War’s PC port, both of which were listed in the GeForce Now leak, has shown that the September leak was at least partially correct.

A new Nvidia GeForce Now database breach, discovered by Twitter user Okami13_, purports to expose the release dates of a slew of games. “The Elder Scrolls 6”, which is set to arrive on January 2, 2024, and Hogwarts Legacy, which is set to release on March 8, 2022, are two notable entries. Crysis 4 is set to release on October 25, 2024, whereas Mortal Kombat 12 is set to release on April 3, 2023. According to the database leak, Gears of War 6 will be released on November 10, 2022, and that’s just to mention a few.

The Nvidia GeForce Now database leak has seemingly verified multiple PlayStation games coming to PC in the future, in addition to a vast amount of release dates and currently undisclosed titles. According to the leak, Sucker Punch Productions’ open-world samurai adventure Ghost of Tsushima will be released on PC on February 8, 2022. Horizon Forbidden West, which is currently unreleased, will be released on PC on September 30, 2022, while the alien roguelike Returnal will be released on April 4, 2022.

These PlayStation-exclusive games will follow in the footsteps of prior PlayStation exclusives such as Horizon Zero Dawn and Death Stranding, which were re-released after their initial PlayStation release. It’s probable that these ports may also come to life, as the earlier Nvidia GeForce leak in September precisely predicted the unveiling of God of War’s PC port.

While the contents of the Nvidia GeForce database leak are far from validated, the information offered by the leak is nonetheless very fascinating. The release dates and titles listed in this current list are likely to be real to some extent, as they were in September’s GeForce Now leak, which has since been confirmed to be at least partially correct. While some of the most anticipated games, such as “Elder Scrolls 6”, will not be released for several years, the Nvidia leak also contains titles that are much closer to release, such as Hogwarts Legacy.