The first round of companies attending and participating in Gamescom 2021 has now been officially revealed.
Gamescom will no longer be an attempt at a hybrid physical and digital show this year. Instead, the event will be a digital-only affair.
Seven trade bodies from across Europe have announced that they’re joining together for a special game focused competition this year.
Despite there currently being a ban on events, the organizers hope that by August there will be nothing stopping Gamescom 2020 from going ahead.
Both The Coalition, developers of the Gears of War games, and Microsoft have announced that Gears 5 has officially gone gold.
Gamescom’s organisers have announced that they’ll be taking the event East next year with a convention that will specifically serve the Asian market.
The early bird bookings for Gamescom are up by 8 percent on those made in 2018, so far accumulating representatives from 28 different countries.
Gamescom 2018 took place in Cologne, Germany last week, and this year it has seen more attendees than ever before at the event.
Gamescom 2018 has now begun and the slew of new game trailers and gameplay videos is already filling up the news feeds of many games press sites.
Microsoft has recently made a post on their blog informing that they will be attending Gamescom next month, with a new hardware which they plan to reveal.