Codenamed "Oregon."

It looks like another PlayStation-only IP is coming soon to the world of PC gaming. The looping roguelike Returnal was recently added to SteamDB under the codename of "Oregon."

This is just the latest game that seems to confirm that the Nvidia leak from roughly eight months back was indeed the real deal. A significant number of titles included in that Nvidia leak have now turned out to be very real, including Crysis 4, God of War, Sniper Elite 5, Death Stranding Director's Cut, Final Fantasy VII Remake, and the remasters of Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City, and San Andreas.

Other PlayStation titles included in that leak are Ghost of Tsushima, Gran Turismo 7, Ratchet & Clank (2017), Sackboy A Big Adventure, and Demon's Souls.

As is the case with all leaks, there is absolutely nothing confirmed here. These games may end up on PC or they may not. At the very least, it does look like Returnal is coming to PC sooner rather than later though a release date has not yet been announced. Hell, the PC release at all hasn't been announced yet.

For those who aren't sure what Returnal is, here is what PlayStation has to say about the game.

After crash-landing on this shape-shifting world, Selene must search through the barren landscape of an ancient civilization for her escape. Isolated and alone, she finds herself fighting tooth and nail for survival. Again and again, she’s defeated – forced to restart her journey every time she dies.

Through relentless roguelike gameplay, you’ll discover that just as the planet changes with every cycle, so do the items at your disposal. Every loop offers new combinations, forcing you to push your boundaries and approach combat with a different strategy each time.

Brought to life by stunning visual effects, the dark beauty of the decaying world around you is packed with explosive surprises. From high stakes, bullet hell-fueled combat, to visceral twists and turns through stark and contrasting environments. You’ll explore, discover and fight your way through an unforgiving journey, where mystery stalks your every move.

Designed for extreme replayability, the procedural world of Returnal invites you to dust yourself off in the face of defeat and take on new, evolving challenges with every rebirth.