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The Last of Us Part 2, FFIX Remake, RDR & Other Unannounced PC Games Leaked

Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part 2, Square Enix’s Final Fantasy IX, Red Dead Redemption, and other unannounced PC games have apparently been leaked.

A new platform similar to SteamDB for Epic Games, called EpicDB (via), has recently been launched, and it has revealed a lot of information that wasn’t intended for public viewing. By searching for a publisher and viewing its page, it’s possible to find several codenames for PC games that have yet to be announced. A few examples can be seen below.

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One of the codenames listed among Sony Interactive Entertainment’s titles is Utah. Going into the Cloud Saves section in its profile reveals mention of a PC version of The Last of Us Part 2, as seen in the image below.

Similarly, heading into the Cloud Saves section of the Square Enix title codenamed Skobeloff reveals mention of the PC version of Final Fantasy XVI.

Another title codenamed momo is listed among Square Enix’s titles, which is believed to be the unannounced Final Fantasy IX remake, as there is mention of a Tetra Master Starter Pack DLC. Furthermore, the list of titles from Rockstar Games includes one that has the codename Semla, which appears to be the unannounced PC version of Red Dead Redemption. Paradox Interactive appears to have a title in development that is codenamed Project Batman, and Bandai Namco Entertainment has a game called Atlas in development. Warner Bros has several codenamed titles, including Sundance, Project Dinner, Farkleberry, and Hydra.

Rumors regarding the Final Fantasy IX remake have been making the rounds since quite some time, and the EpicDB leak appears to be the first visible confirmation of the project’s existence. One of the aforementioned rumors from Jeff Grubb, who is known for his sources within the video game industry, suggested that the game will retain the classic turn-based combat seen in the original.

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