As always, Summer Games Fest host Geoff Keighley is looking to encourage gamers about the latest industry event, with a focus on Gamescom right now.
For many, it seems like the pandemic era of gaming events, where spectators are not allowed to participate in the majority of events like E3, is beginning to end. While E3 2022 was canceled for both a physical and digital event, the Summer Games Fest could still take place, giving fans a peek at some of the major upcoming releases for 2022 and beyond. so again. Now, another big game event has been set for August 23 of this year, when Gamescom returns with a full audience.
Gamescom announced its big comeback in March, saying that it’s not only billed as one of the first major live gaming events in the past two years, but also aims to be climate-friendly. first mark for the program. Ever since it was revealed that Gamescom would be back, many gamers have been eagerly anticipating the big announcements that are likely to come with the event. To add to that expectation, Summer Games Fest and The Game Awards host Geoff Keighley recently posted a video on his Twitter where he discussed Gamescom’s opening night.
In the short video, Keighley talks about how excited he is about the return of Gamescom. He also announced that he’ll be taking part in the show’s opening night, where fans can see “firsts, world premieres” and other big announcements for the gaming world. . This, of course, leaves the community wondering what those announcements might be. Considering Summer Games Fest is already full of world premieres, like a first look at Starfield’s gameplay, it’s very likely that Keighley will get access to some cool and informative trailers again Details on upcoming releases.
It’s interesting to speculate on what could be revealed at the event. With PlayStation skipping Gamescom this year, fans probably won’t see anything of God of War: Ragnarok at Gamescom, but this leaves room for other titles to appear at the show. Ubisoft announced they’ll be appearing at Gamescom this year, although it’s unknown what the publisher might bring, as they have an Assassin’s Creed event scheduled for September and postponed Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora to Released in 2023-2024.
With so many notable products due out in 2022 having been revealed in one way or another, it’s possible that Gamescom could also focus on titles coming out in 2023. Some new games have already been released. announced at Gamescom this year, including a game from the developers of Owlboy and Savant: Ascent.
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