Ubisoft: leaks of the games that emerged on GeForce Now receive a DMCA, are the rumors credible?

Ubisoft: leaks of the games that emerged on GeForce Now receive a DMCA, are the rumors credible?


Ubisoft sent Pavel Djundik a DMCA to force him to remove the leaks that emerged via GeForce Now dataming. This move by the French company does nothing but attract more attention to the rumors and prompts us to ask ourselves if by chance there is something credible in what emerged.

Let's start from the beginning, however, for those who are not informed about the situation . A curious list of GeForce Now-related PC games emerged recently, which also included various unannounced titles. Nvidia responded to the leaks by stating that the list was true but "speculative" and "only used for internal tracking and technical testing". According to some reports, however, the included games are real, although in some perhaps the information was old.

Now Pavel Djundik - dataminer and creator of SteamDB - shared on Twitter the fact that he said a DMCA, related to the list of GeForce Now games he discovered. In fact, the list - previously available on Github - is now offline and can no longer be viewed.

Speaking specifically of Ubisoft, the list included:

Project Meteor from Ubisoft Sofia Project Q from Ubisoft Project OVER from Ubisoft Paris Project ORLANDO from Ubisoft Ivory Tower

According to some reports that emerged on Reddit, Project ORLANDO could be a canceled DLC of The Crew 2, while Project Meteor would seem a new DLC of Assassin's Creed Valhalla. Obviously we are always in the field of rumors and leaks, so none of this is to be considered official.

This is what we know; probably only in the future will we be able to find out how much truth there is. Staying at Ubisoft, let's talk about The Division 2: update 1.35 unveiled, here are the news of the update.

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Ubisoft reportedly fires takedown notice at GeForce Now games list

Earlier this month, a curious list of PC games was leaked from a datamine of Nvidia's GeForce Now service.

Nvidia responded to the leak saying the games were 'speculative' and 'used only for internal tracking and testing', though various projects on that list were reported to be real - if in some cases outdated.

Now, a new development gives further credence to the list's reliability. Pavel Djundik, the dataminer and creator of SteamDB, said in a tweet that Ubisoft had issued him a DMCA notice for the list.

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I can confirm that the list, previously hosted on Github, is indeed now offline. Of course, the unintended effect of the takedown notice is the refreshed attention to the Ubisoft titles on the list.

These include:

  • Project Meteor by Ubisoft Sofia
  • Project Q by Ubisoft
  • Project OVER by Ubisoft Paris
  • Project ORLANDO by Ubisoft Ivory Tower
  • Based on the investigatory work of Reddit, Project ORLANDO appears to be unreleased DLC for The Crew 2. Project Meteor, meanwhile, appears to be new DLC for Assassin's Creed Valhalla.

    Now if I were Ubisoft's legal team, I would have probably left the list alone to avoid putting more attention on it. Ubisoft did not immediately respond to request for comment.