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    Nvidia GeForce leak includes PC release dates/placeholders for Final Fantasy XVI, Tactics Remaster & more

    The Nvidia GeForce data leak continues to hold some interesting information according to a new Github repository (Thanks, RPGSite). According to users on reddit (r/gamingleaksandrumors), several games have been listed with release dates and placeholders for PC. This includes the rumored Final Fantasy IX Remake, Final Fantasy Tactics Remaster and Final Fantasy XVI to name a few. Here are some of the most notable RPG release dates that are up for speculation:

    • Chrono Cross Remaster – 12/1/2021
    • Shin Megami Tensei V – 2/1/2022
    • Final Fantasy XVI – 3/1/2022
    • Tactics Ogre Remaster – 3/1/2022
    • Final Fantasy IX Remake – 4/1/2022
    • The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero – 9/30/2022
    • Avowed – 12/7/2022
    • Kingdom Hearts IV – 9/30/2023
    • The Elder Scrolls VI – 1/2/2024

    Its worth noting that these release dates are most likely placeholders and not entirely accurate. However, the Nvidia GeForce data leak did include real games such as God of War for Steam and GTA: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition remasters to name a few. Additionally, a recent Eidos Montreal playtest survey mentions both Final Fantasy Tactics and Ogre Battle. Along with the recent God of War PC announcement, there are a lot of questions being raised about which title could be next. It will be interesting to see which games get announced and if their actual release dates come close to the leak.

    In the meantime, stay tuned at Final Weapon for the latest Japanese gaming news and updates!

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    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email: [email protected]

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