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February 25, 2020

Top 12 Gamescom 2019-20 Games: Cyberpunk 2077 Key, Disintegration & More

It may seem strange to some that another massive video game show opens its doors so soon after E3, but Gamescom in Cologne is a big problem. Not only does it give most gamers the opportunity to see many of the games for 2019 and beyond without having to cross the Atlantic, but it also gives game publishers and developers the chance to showcase games that are further down the development cycle.

For us, this often means that we can play segments of games that we could only look at or see before. E3 is often the best place to see the latest games, Gamescom is often the first place where you can play them yourself.

Here are our top 12 Gamescom 2019 games.

Cyberpunk 2077

Launch date: 16 April 2020

Format(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC, Stadia

What can be said about Cyberpunk 2077 that hasn't been there before? That'll come up on Google (News - Alert) Stadia, that's what. The highly anticipated RPG from the developer of The Witcher 3 will come to the cloud gaming platform also in 2020, although later than its console and PC releases. Get the Cyberpunk 2077 Key right now!

Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2

Launch date: March 2020

Format(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC

At Gamescom, the Bloodlines 2 team focused on the ray-tracing aspects of the upcoming, long-awaited sequel to the best blowjob. It will support the realistic lighting technology introduced by Nvidia's GeForce RTX graphics cards and probably the next generation of Xbox and PlayStation consoles: Project Scarlett and PS5 .


Launch date: 30 August 2019

Format(s): Xbox One, PC

Blooper Team, the developer behind Layers of Fear and Observer, seems to be the ideal choice to finally bring the Blair Witch franchise to the games. The Gamescom demo was terrifying for all the right reasons and the spirit of the original movie has been captured magnificently.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Medan's Man

Launch date: 30 August 2019

Format(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC

Another upcoming horror game comes from the creator of Before Dawn, one of the best interactive fiction games. Expect an equally terrifying journey, as your decisions can mean life or death for the terrified main characters. More games in Dark Pictures Anthology are clearly planned.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Launch date: March 3, 2020

Format(s): PS4

We've had many remasters during this generation of games, but this is more of a completely reinvented remake of one of the best Final Fantasy role-playing games. In fact, our gameplay demo was enough to give us the feeling of a completely new game in the series.

Ghost Recon: breaking point

Launch date: October 4, 2019

Format(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC, Stadia

We'll admit that we didn't really play Wildlands much after the launch, as it didn't offer as good an experience for a player as the co-op. Breakpoint promises to be different, with a better approach and fit for solo play.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Launch date: 25 October 2019

Format(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC

Another game that we play with Nvidia's ray-tracing technology in full force, the latest Call of Duty seems to be a real return for the franchise. More realistic and tangible in weaponry and location, the decision to create a bolder game could end up being a masterstroke for Activision (News - Alert).

Death Stranded

Launch date: 8 November 2019

Format(s): PS4

Finally, we have an idea of how the game works. Something like. A new Death Stranding demo (and trailer) appeared at Gamescom 2019, and although the concept is still vague and strange, there's a lot of gameplay in Kojima's next possible masterpiece.

Zombie Army 4: Dead War

Launch date: early 2020

Format(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC

Anyone who has played the previous Zombie Army trilogy will know what to expect from the fourth exit. The action has increased, of course, with more weapons and character customizations than ever before. And, traps similar to those found in the sister game Strange Brigade really add to the fun.

Marvel Avengers

Launch date: 15 May 2020

Format(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC, Stadia

Finally, we were able to interpret the Avengers' version of Crystal Dynamics, at least the opening tutorial, and all the fears we originally had were dispelled. Each of the heroes feels different without having to learn completely new controller settings every time and we are sure that the "on rails" style of the prologue is not representative of the final missions in the game.

Watch Dogs Legion

Launch date: March 6, 2020

Format(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC, Stadia

Our Watch Dogs Legion game session turned into a hilarious and crazy chase through the streets of central London, but not before we were able to fully test the excellent recruiting mechanics. The idea of being able to approach and recruit any NPC throughout the game is not only a great idea, but it also works in practice. Superb.


Launch date: 2020

Format(s): Ps4, Xbox One, PC

Designed by one of the co-creators of the original Halo, Disintegration brings something new to the genre of first-person shooting. Your character travels in a gravitational cycle, so it hovers over the battlefield, while the soldiers under your control fight on the ground. It's a great game concept that combines FPS with RTS in an intuitive way.

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