It's time again! One of the biggest gaming fairs around the world is opening its doors in Cologne tomorrow, with plenty of news for consoles, PCs and other gaming devices. Games like God of War, Super Mario Maker 2 or Dragon Quest Builders 2 are over, so it's time for something new. Therefore, starting tonight at 20 o'clock with a special start. Gamescom 2019 The Opening Night Live Event will already be showcasing many games in advance. With many world premieres and many new games, we still look forward to it.
gamescom 2019 The Opening Night Live on livestream
The opening night live treated separately through gamescom has been sold for a long time. Those who do not get tickets should watch the livestream by 8pm. Among other things, more than 25 new games are on display. Of course we already know some of them, but there are also supposed to be world premieres.
Geoff Keighley announced some of the games early on Twitter. Among other things, the new scenes of FIFA 20, Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, Death Stranding and Borderlands 3. As a world premiere we can now see Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and deserve special attention that Speed Need: Heat. In addition, there is the first gameplay footage in Predator: Hunting Grounds.
24 hours from now, @gamescom #OpeningNightLive airs around the world. Here's a look at some of what you'll find on stage. Glad to be in Germany to kick things off with so many amazing developers! See you at 8:00 CEST / 2 pm ET / 11 on PT streaming everywhere. pic.twitter.com/ortWBXA9T8
– Geoff Keighley (1945) August 18, 2019
Geoff Keighley also says that many surprises await the world so off the screen. What can we think of below, then we learn from the very first 20 clocks in the event livestream. This should bring a first big heater for gamescom 2019 on the way. We look forward to seeing what awaits us in the coming days, even after the livecom of the opening night game.
Incidentally, we included the livestream for the event in the following. As mentioned, it starts at 8pm and is expected to take two hours. Basically the gameplay is shown, but it can also be one or other trailers.
Source: Geoff Keighley