Ubisoft Issues Takedown Notice To GeForce Now Dataminer

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The gaming community got curious about a list of PC games rumoured to come to the NVIDIA GeForce Now, which was leaked earlier this month. Initially dismissed by NVIDIA as "speculative", there may be some truth to it, thanks to Ubisoft's latest actions.

Dataminer and SteamDB creator Pavel Djundik has confirmed through a tweet that the company sent him a DMCA to take down the list. This took place after NVIDIA stated that the games were only "used for internal tracking and testing."


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Project Orlando and Project Meteor Rumours

Some of the rumoured Ubisoft titles that were included in the list were:

  • Project Meteor (Ubisoft Sofia)
  • Project Q (Ubisoft)
  • Project OVER (Ubisoft Paris)
  • Project ORLANDO (Ubisoft Ivory Tower)

One of the projects listed, Project Orlando, was reported to be a game under The Crew franchise which was first intended as DLC for The Crew 2. But the photos (courtesy of Imgur) suggest its become an entirely different game, based in the same universe as The Crew.


Meanwhile, Project Meteor is rumoured to as an upcoming DLC for Assassin's Creed Valhalla, though it is said to be "different" from the Ireland and France versions of the DLC.

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