Ratchet & Clank 2016 Coming To PC According To GeForce NOW Leak

According to information found in GeForce NOW, Ratchet & Clank 2016 could be coming to PC in a future porting of Playstation exclusives.

Ratchet and Clank 2016

On September 13th, C++ developer Ighor July managed to access the full list of titles within Nvidia GeForce NOW, including some Playstation exclusives not currently available on PC. Though nothing has been confirmed, this follows an official confirmation from Sony that Playstation will be porting previous exclusives to PC. So, if the leak is to be believed, Ratchet & Clank 2016 could be one of those titles on it’s way to PC.

Are all Ratchet & Clank titles slated for PC release?

The only Ratchet & Clank title mentioned in the list of GeForce Now games is the 2016 re-imagining of the original game. The 2016 remaster retold the events of that game with slightly altered game play and updated weapons, and accompanied the release of the 2016 Ratchet & Clank movie. 

If Sony confirms these PC ports, we could be hopeful for other Ratchet & Clank titles, such as 2021’s Rift Apart, to follow on PC in the future.

Ratchet & Clank 2016 Release Date

So when could we expect Ratchet & Clank to release on PC? As this is still only speculative at the moment, we won’t know a release date for a while. But what we do know is that Sony already have a track record of releasing Playstation games to PC, with Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone among the most recent. The Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves collection has also been confirmed as coming to PC in early 2022. There are hopes that God of War could be next up after that, so we could expect to see Ratchet & Clank on PC some time in 2022.

What other titles have been leaked for potential PC release?

Take a look at more of the titles that were mentioned in the GeForce NOW leak, both previously released Playstation exclusives and unannounced multiplats in our full rundown. As this is still just a leak, none of these titles have been officially confirmed and we can but keep our fingers crossed for an official announcement from Sony. We will, of course, keep you updated as we find out more.