Epic Games Store leaks reveal a whole bunch of potential games coming soon

And confirms that developers love Swedish pastries
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Update (June 12, 2024): Epic Games provided a short statement confirming that it had updated its tools to prevent leaks like this from happening in the future: "We released an update tonight so third-party tools can’t surface any new unpublished product titles from the Epic Games Store catalog."

Original (June 12, 2024): It happened again: We have a worthy successor to the much-debated NVIDIA leaks from 2021 as a website called EpicDB – which has been taken down in the meantime and worked in the same manner as SteamDB – published a whole lot of information from the Epic Games Store backend that was not supposed to ever become public.

As usual with cases like this, it’s very difficult to ascertain what’s legit and what isn’t, but given that Epic Games has reacted by blocking the ways the site was grabbing data the information itself looks to be real. It’s the interpretation of things that will surely cause some misgivings – naturally, most companies took the precaution of having upcoming titles be listed under some codename. Swedish pastries seem to enjoy especially great popularity with names like Semla (listed under Rockstar Games) and Butterkaka (listed under Square Enix) popping up.

Aside from the pages of regular publishers and developers, there are some fakes to be found in the database as well – one “publisher” owns Starfield, Elden Ring 2, GTA 6, and a Bloodborne Remake at the same time.

Looking at unannounced projects not masked by a codename, the biggest discovery might be Saber Interactive working on a Turok project – though it’s unknown whether it’s a remake or a completely new title of the dinosaur shooter franchise.

Naturally, most of the codenames completely obscure the identity of the game behind them, as is their job, though one name listed in Sony’s properties may give away too much: Kondo could be a reference to Isami Kondo, a historical figure featured in Rise of the Ronin, and hint at a PC port of the game landing in a few months. Previous Team Ninja games like the Nioh series were released on PC some time after their initial PS-exclusive launch as well.

Sony’s list also contains projects Utah and RhodeIsland, which people are speculating to be the PC ports for The Last of Us Part 2 and Spider-Man: Miles Morales.

People have found hints towards Skobeloff under Square Enix to be Final Fantasy 16 on PC and Momo to be the long-rumored Final Fantasy 9 Remake, which apparently already has pre-order DLC listed in the backend.

Most of that is nothing more than speculation, of course, so you can find the full list of projects found in the database below.

11 bit studios

  • Chopin

2K Games

  • DNU 2
  • Hex
  • Lilium
  • Macaron
  • OAK 2
  • Parkside
  • Silicon
  • Sitka

505 Games

  • Awasis
  • Cerise
  • Flytrap


  • Oranda

Bandai Namco

  • Balboa
  • Dragonfly
  • GreenSheen
  • LaserLemon
  • Starburst


  • Brant
  • Brownie
  • Enigma
  • Pipit
  • Osiris 2.0

Electronic Arts

  • Anole
  • CadetGrey
  • Chamaelejp 
  • Gundain
  • Offenbach
  • R5
  • Rache

Epic Games

  • Burger
  • Butterkase
  • Cuttlefish
  • Crumhorn
  • Elrene
  • Ersa
  • Hardtack
  • Lingonberry
  • ProjectV
  • Romeo
  • Sinope
  • Thebe
  • Ziti


  • Augite
  • Bifrost A
  • Bifrost B
  • Blanc
  • Sakura
  • Zodiac


  • Potassium




  • Bovinae
  • Burst
  • Robot Entertainment
  • The Mound

Paradox Interactive

  • Project Batman
  • Project Highlander
  • Project Wiseguy


  • Atria
  • Grape
  • Kaus
  • Kobe


  • Archipelago
  • Nuclear Banana
  • Project Liberty
  • Storm

Rockstar Games

  • Semla

Saber Interactive

  • Chimichanga
  • Debussy
  • Docked
  • Exaltation
  • Poppy
  • Project Bee
  • Rideshare
  • Strawberry
  • The Knightling
  • Turok


  • Axel
  • Terra

Sega of Europe

  • CurlyWurly
  • Croquembouche
  • Kifli
  • Porridge


  • DAIFUKU Development
  • Metal Slug Attack Reloaded


  • Carrack
  • Kondo
  • Testament
  • Utah
  • RhodeIsland

Square Enix

  • Agnolotti
  • Butterkaka
  • Momo
  • SanJose
  • Skobeloff
  • Yamane

THQ Nordic

  • Glaive
  • Remnant 3


  • Elymaker
  • Growtopia
  • Glosette
  • Melodica
  • Puffpastry
  • Profiterole

Warner Bros.

  • Farkleberry
  • Hydra
  • Project Dinner
  • Sundance

As you can see, companies for the most part learned from the NVIDIA leaks – a large majority of projects run under codenames that will be impossible to decipher without any additional inside intel leaking from the individual publishers. We wish you some happy guessing.

Special thanks to users on Reddit and ResetEra for archiving their searches.

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Marco Wutz


Marco Wutz is a writer from Parkstetten, Germany. He has a degree in Ancient History and a particular love for real-time and turn-based strategy games like StarCraft, Age of Empires, Total War, Age of Wonders, Crusader Kings, and Civilization as well as a soft spot for Genshin Impact and Honkai: Star Rail. He began covering StarCraft 2 as a writer in 2011 for the largest German community around the game and hosted a live tournament on a stage at gamescom 2014 before he went on to work for Bonjwa, one of the country's biggest Twitch channels. He branched out to write in English in 2015 by joining tl.net, the global center of the StarCraft scene run by Team Liquid, which was nominated as the Best Coverage Website of the Year at the Esports Industry Awards in 2017. He worked as a translator on The Crusader Stands Watch, a biography in memory of Dennis "INTERNETHULK" Hawelka, and provided live coverage of many StarCraft 2 events on the social channels of tl.net as well as DreamHack, the world's largest gaming festival. From there, he transitioned into writing about the games industry in general after his graduation, joining GLHF, a content agency specializing in video games coverage for media partners across the globe, in 2021. He has also written for NGL.ONE, kicker, ComputerBild, USA Today's ForTheWin, The Sun, Men's Journal, and Parade. Email: marco.wutz@glhf.gg