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Gamescom 2020: Here are highlights from Geoff Keighley’s Opening Night Live

Gamescom 2020 has formally commenced and what preferred approach to begin it once again with Geoff Keighley’s Opening Night Live.

We didn’t get a Gamescom this year, however, we got a Gamescom Opening Night Live – one more opportunity to gaze again into the crystal ball of gaming’s future, introduced as ever by host Geoff Keighley.

Opening Night Live started with Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, and a visit about the different things we got some answers concerning yesterday – stretching narrative within missions, character creation, that sort of thing. We likewise observed a cut-scene from early in the game where the group is informed on the Perseus danger and meet president Reagan.

Next was a debut trailer for a game named Unknown9: Awakening, from Reflector Studios, featuring a youthful Indian girl with extraordinary powers. It looked encouraging, if puzzling.

We discovered Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead was a thing, coming later this year.

At that point, we saw Doom Eternal’s The Ancient Gods Part 1 DLC, which shows up on 20th October.

Excitingly, BioWare uncovered our best look yet at Dragon Age 4, including some of its locations and characters. (Furthermore, was that Inquisition’s Dorian back?)

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands demonstrated an extended animated trailer, and uncovered its 27th October release date.

We got a proper look at Little Nightmares 2 gameplay, with headless things, walking hands, dolls which need crushing and additionally agitating things. We likewise got an 11th February 2021 release date.

Destiny 2 flaunted its icy new superpowers coming in this current November’s next Darkness-mixed extension.

Star Wars Squadrons kept on looking lovely, with a splendidly stylish mission introduction and a pleasant appearance from Wedge Antilles.

We at that point got an uncover of Journey to Batuu, a Star Wars pack for The Sims which – I mean goodness, EA truly wants to fit the Star Wars license in all things.

Anapurna Interactive’s already reported 12 Minutes was uncovered to have a starry cast, including Daisy Ridley, James McAvoy, and Willem Dafoe.

Mafia: Definitive Edition highlighted a few more looks at its starting from the earliest stage remade gameplay, intercut with clips of its main character being drafted into the game’s crime family.

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga appeared next. Coming spring 2021, it’s still a little ways from release – it seems like we originally found out about this a, quite a while prior.

Fall Guys, the feelgood gaming hit of this summer, pulled back the curtain on its second season. Including medieval outfits and a fortification level, everything looked a piece Takeshi’s Castle.

From Respawn, we got a look at the VR-focused return for Medal of Honor, Above, and Beyond.

Also, the show shut with an all-encompassing look at Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, which indicated the game running on PlayStation 5 in the entirety of its eye-popping detail and portal-hopping gameplay. It’s expected within the PlayStation launch window, developer Insomniac Games stated, turning any unequivocal affirmation it would show up in 2020.

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