Gamescom Opening Night to Feature 25 New Games – When and Where to Watch the Reveals
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Gamescom is officially kicking off this week and tonight is the opening night of the show. This means a special presentation will be taking place that will be revealing new games and showcasing upcoming titles in new gameplay trailers.

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Expect new release dates, gameplay and much more from over 25 new and upcoming games this evening during the Gamescom Opening Night.

According to Geoff Keighley, the Gamescom Opening Night presentation will showcase games like Borderlands 3, Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, Gears 5, Call of Duty, Death Stranding and Need for Speed. The presentation will play host to new announcements from the likes of Capcom, Ubisoft, Epic Games and more.

Titles we think will be at the showcase include Plants Vs. Zombies: Battle For Neighbourville, Predator, Dreams, and Disintegration.  According to Geoff, the presentation will last around two and a half hours. You can tune into the opening on the YouTube channel here or just watch it down below. The show kicks off at 20:00 SAT.

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As for the Inside Xbox press conference, Microsoft plans on going live at 18:00 SAT. You can watch the stream over on the Xbox YouTube channel.

So a full breakdown of the shows are as follows

Nintendo Gamescom Indies Showcase (19 August)

Inside Xbox Press Conference (19 August)

Google Stadia Press Conference (19 August)

Gamescom Opening Night Live (19 August) 

What are you most excited to see tonight? Let us know down below.






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