Star Wars! Mirror's Edge! Need For Speed! FIFA! No doubt, these are all games worth getting excited about. And they served as the main focus of EA's 2015 Gamescom presentation. So, join us as we go through each of the titles shown, drool at the prospect of getting to fly the Millenium Falcom, and then scratch ours head at the stylish live-action trailer for The Sims 4. Mainly because it looks more like an ad for Coke than an ad for a PC game.
Blizzard have revealed the sixth expansion for World of Warcraft, and it's called Legion. With new area The Broken Isles to explore, an increase in level cap to 110, a new class to play as, and a whole lot more, World of Warcraft: Legion is due to head into open beta later this year too. Which, you can sign up for right now.
The first expansion for the spiritual successor to Sim City, Cities Skylines, is expected to arrive sometime in the future. Okay, so no release date or window has been set. But the title has! And as it suggests, After Dark will introduce a day and night cycle, paving the way for bustling night life, bright lights, and even the possibility of your city becoming host to a seedy underworld of criminals.
In a response to the number of questions Bethesda Games Studios has received about the end game structure of Fallout 4, they've taken to Twitter to provide a short and very meaty response. First up, unlike Fallout 3, the game won't end when the story concludes. Hooray! And secondly, there won't be a level cap. Double hooray! That means you could potentially roam the wastelands for as long as you want. How does forever sound?
In a game that is a relatively surprising move from the publisher behind such high-octane franchises like Battlefield, Need for Speed and Dead Space, EA today revealed gameplay at Gamescom for their new side-scrolling puzzler called Unravel, which was originally unveiled at E3, where you play a sentient piece of string. Still, Michael Bay is on the phone waiting for the greenlight from EA to move on with the film adaptation.
From Software's highly anticipated follow-up to Dark Souls II, the aptly-titled Dark Souls III, has just got a new gameplay-focused trailer for Gamescom. One where the grim, punishing, and rewarding nature of the revered action-RPG series kind of comes across. More so, the fast-paced action and a fight against a giant skeleton-king boss that looks amazing. And scary.