Everything Announced During Gamescom Opening Night Live 2021

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Geoffcom missed – Gamescom Opening Night Live was missed? We have gathered all the announcements right here.

Gamescom’s Opening Night Live, the biggest gaming event outside of E3, is a showcase featuring trailers, announcements, and world premieres.

It’s been a showcase of more than 30 games for two hours this year. We have seen Saints Row and more information about Far Cry 6, Call of Duty Vanguards and Call of Duty Vanguards.

We have a lot of things to look forward to. Games we didn’t even know existed, as well as a deeper look at games that we knew. It’s a great time to be a gamer. Continue reading to see a complete roundup of all the ONL events you missed.

King of Fighters XV:

We were able to see the gameplay of King of Fighters XV. This game also brings back some old characters from the franchise. It will be available on February 17, 2022.

Nine to Five:

 

 

 

Nine to Five will soon be available on Steam as a 3v3v3 multiplayer shooter. This was a brief glimpse that showed a fairly ordinary looking shooter. You can find out more by heading over to the Steam page.

Bus Simulator 21:

 

 

A World Premiere Trailer: Bus Simulation 21! This trailer features a Gamescom bus driving through the city. We are unable to confirm if this will be included in the game. You can still expect plenty of simulator bus driving action. It will be available on September 7th.

Dolmen:

 

Dolmen, a supernatural horror RPG was announced at E3 as part Koch Media’s showcase. We were able to get a more detailed, but not too long, look at it. It will be available in 2022.

House of Ashes:

 

This is the latest look at House of Ashes. It’s the third entry in Supermassive Games Dark Pictures Anthology. Read our preview from earlier in the summer. It will be available on 22 October.

Nobody Saves the World:

 

Drinkbox has a new game, this time from the creators of Guacamelee. This is an RPG that allows for online multiplayer co-op. It looks great. The art style is great. It will be available on Xbox and Steam sometime in 2022.

Soundfall:

 

Soundfall is a rhythm combat game. The game will be available on both PC and consoles. You can expect vibrant graphics and exciting combat to go with a great soundtrack.

Dream Cycle:

Dream Cycle, from Lara Croft’s creator, is an action-adventure first-person game with a supernatural twist. The game will be available for Steam Early Access starting 7 September.

Saints Row:

 

It was certain that a surprise would be coming. The new Saints Row game simply has the title Saints Row. It’s a complete reboot that features a new locale, new saints and a brand new story. You can read more about it by clicking here, and it’s coming to all formats in February 2022.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns:

 

Midnight Suns, a new Marvel game, is the world’s premiere. It is a tactical-based RPG from Firaxis Games and 2K. It will be released in March 2022. This trailer features Iron Man and Doctor Strange as well as Blade, Wolverine, Blade, and other characters dealing with supernatural terror. The trailer also features a rocking rendition of Metallica’s Enter Sandman. We’re in. On the 1st of September, we’ll show you how gameplay works.

Call of Duty Vanguard:

 

We were able to see extended gameplay for the new Call of Duty Vanguard entry. There seems to be a new traversal mechanic and the sharp, engaging gunplay that the series is well-known for. These environments look amazing, and you can check out the trailer below to see for yourself.

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