Ubisoft issues takedown request of 'speculative' Nvidia database leak

Nvidia set gamer hopes alight earlier this month when a leaked GeForce Now database "revealed" games including Titanfall 3, a Half-Life 2 remaster, and a PC version of God of War. Nvidia quickly shot it all down, though, saying that the titles in question were speculative, for "internal tracking and testing." In all likelihood, in other words, developers needed placeholders to test various functionality and decided to have a little bit of fun with them.

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Kados23d ago

Well, there goes plausible deniability. Issuing a takedown for 4 "project" codenames essentially confirms the leaks.

LoveSpuds23d ago

Also, kind of late to worry now, that horse has well and truly bolted.

LordoftheCritics23d ago

I think even the takedown was intentional marketing.

XxINFERNUSxX23d ago (Edited 23d ago )

How about fuck you Ubishit here is the list with all the games I already made a copy of this page with everything so I will upload to torrent sites and also to Ubisofts Twitter haha they can't do shit. Fuck all these takedowns from all these companies.
Project Meteor by Ubisoft Sofia

Project Q by Ubisoft

Project OVER by Ubisoft Paris

Project ORLANDO by Ubisoft Ivory Tower

+ a few more announced and unannounced