Tequila Works is best known as the developer of Rime, and it’s continuing to build narrative-focused action games in Gylt. It’s a horror adventure with a blend of stealth, action, puzzles, and exploration, where all the monsters are manifestations of childhood fears. It’s due to launch alongside Google Stadia, and you can check out the first gameplay footage below.
During the Opening Night gamescom 2019 press conference, developer Illfonic took to the stage to showcase their upcoming asymmetrical multiplayer title — Predator: Hunting Grounds!
A trailer for Disintegration, the new game from a studio V1 Interactive, has just been shown off at Gamescom 2019’s Opening Night Live. The game, which comes from a studio founded by former Halo devs, features both single and multiplayer combat, in which you play as a specialist pilot in a post apocalyptic world.
A new title that looks set to add something exciting to the historical turn-based strategy game genre is on the horizon. Announced in a press release and at Gamescom 2019, Humankind, from SEGA and Amplitude Studios, puts you back to the early days of human history in order to start it afresh – and create your own unique civilisation.
Nintendo has announced today that the Microsoft exclusive platformer, Ori and the Blind Forest, will be heading to the Nintendo Switch next month!
Kicking off Gamescom this year was The Coalition’s Gears 5 with a new trailer and more details about the horde mode. As you may recall, Gears 5 mainly focuses on Kait Diaz, a female member part of the group fighting to save humanity. However, we learn that Kait’s family origins are attached to the locust and this journey will hold some of the answers that Kait is seeking out.
Gamescom is a bit like E3 and over the years it’s continued to grow with more video game reveals. While E3 was just a couple months ago there are still new video game titles to be revealed and features to show off. Set in Germany, Gamescom officially begins on August 20, 2019, but before it officially opens up, the game expo will have a livestream showcasing some of the big reveals during the event. Afterward, those that attend can try some of the gameplay demos that were either previously highlighted at E3 or being shown off for the very first time.
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