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Announcing a press conference with over 50 Gamescom games

Announcing a press conference with over 50 Gamescom games

Not only will Night Live open as part of Gamescom. The exhibition of future games will also attract viewers with many advertisements and world premieres.

In a few weeks, Gamescom will finally open its doors again! Once again, the announcements made at various press conferences will be closely monitored by publishers, developers, journalists and gamers. Not only will Geoff Keighley’s opening night show give a preview of upcoming games.

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Instead, GamesRadar has officially confirmed that it will once again host a showcase of future games. More than 50 games will be revealed on Wednesday, August 24, 2022, with some world premieres and developer interviews expected. In addition, it has been confirmed so far that publishers Team17, 505 Games, Prime Matter and Ravenscourt will have something to offer. These should not be the only participants.

If the first trailer is to be believed, news about Layers of Fear, Goat Simulator 3 and Hypercharge are also planned. Accordingly, one can be curious about the titles that will appear in the gallery of future games. Should relevant details of the tours be released in the coming weeks, we will keep you updated.


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Other than that, as with every trade show in recent years, you’ll be able to read all the important announcements, global premieres, and news from the nightly opening live, Future Games Show and Gamescom just in time. By the way, you will be able to follow the show of future games on the social media channels GamesRadar (YoutubeAnd the TwitterAnd the FacebookAnd the Twitter) can be tracked live.

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