God of War has pretty much been a PlayStation exclusive, but now according to a datamine of NVIDIA’s internal database, Redditor Ighor July has discovered a list of games that may or may not be headed to GeForce Now, and one of those titles is God of War.

Also, as IGN has noted, earlier this year Sony had actually acquired a company called Nixxes that specializes in porting games onto the PC, so it is possible that Sony could be thinking of bringing some of its PlayStation titles onto PCs, but whether or not God of War is one of those titles remains to be seen.

But before you get too excited at the idea of playing God of War on your PC, NVIDIA has since issued a statement to IGN where they were quoted as saying, “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.”

The publication points out that it is unclear if this test is simply a tech of their technology, maybe to see how GeForce Now might handle games like God of War, or if they are testing it with the intention to maybe bring it to the streaming service one day. However, for now we suppose we’ll just have to take NVIDIA’s word for it, but it might be worth keeping an eye on anyway.

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