Big names draw at Gamescom

Big names draw at Gamescom

Tech August 23, 2017 05:36

- The biggest game in the world starts today in Cologne. Also from the Netherlands, gamers travel massively to the German capital to visit Gamescom. The Telegraph is present to report on the latest titles we can expect in the future.

Electronic Arts is working hard on tough people in the consumer section of the fair. For example, the new Need for Speed ​​Payback has to be played. The testosterone rushes off the screen with this chasing racer in the style of Fast and Furious movies. In Battlefield 1, the First World War is central. Especially the extension 'In the name of the Tsar' impresses with the eastern front line. The new FIFA 18 looks very realistic thanks to the Frostbite engine.

And then there's still Star Wars Battlefront II. The Pandemic team behind this title says well listened to the desire of fans to really shape the spaceships. Where in the first part they are a bit bullied and forced, they must form a full part of the game in this second part. The demo that takes place above the planet Fondor tastes more at least.

Behind the scenes there was also the possibility to play the new announced Dog and Cats for The Sims 4 PC on the PC. How many races there are in the game, we could not tell you but the chance is that your favorite is in it. Unfortunately, the pets are missing in the popular game console version, although it is not excluded that the dogs and cats will appear as downloadable content at a later time. In the meanwhile, there's more to do on the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. Practically all of the PC game features can be found here. Both appear on November 17th. The mobile version of The Sims will also be released later this year.\n  \n   \n    \n    \n   \n   \n   \n      \n   \n     The Sims 4 Dogs and Cats\n    \n   \n   \n   \n      \n   \n     Crackdown 3\n    \n   \n   \n   \n      \n   \n     Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom

Another game that fits hard in the tough men's profile was Fe. This fairy-tale game by the Swedish developer Zoink! Let players explore the dark forest by the end of 2018. Along the way, the fox-like Fe meets animals with which he is singing to form a bond and eventually learns their language. That will be a good thing in his fight against the Silent Ones who have bad intentions with the foresters.

Microsoft wants to tempt you this fall for the purchase of Xbox One X. On the Gamescom, they especially emphasize the power of the device and the crisp images that it can produce. They make an impression in their Dolby Atmos theater, but let's be honest. The average gamer will not create Atmos surround system in house. Nevertheless, this is the ultimate version of the Xbox. The games then. Crackdown 3 does not disappoint. A delicious over-the-top shooter that lets you go as a pumped super agent with far-reaching powers in a futuristic, urban environment. The somewhat undervalued Halo Wars gets a sequel, which strides in you. Equally strategic and moreover nostalgic is Age of Empires Definitive Edition. For whom the original version of 1997 can still remember a celebration celebration. Also from Age of Empires II and Age of Empires III 4K versions will appear. Finally, Age of Empires IV has been announced, but there is still little to be found in the trailer. However, it seems that this title is about several periods of time.

In addition to the violence of Crackdown 3, Lucky is a bit strange with his game. Super Lucky's Tale is an old-fashioned, colorful platform game full of charm. The fox makes a lot of thought about Tails, Sonic's buddy, but it does not matter to the gameplay. There are the necessary puzzles to solve, carnivorous flowers and evil bees that attack and estimate Lucky to find under the ground. Nice for young and old!

The special collaboration between Gaming Studio Level-5 and Animation Studio Ghibli made for 2010 the unique video game Ni No Kuni. This top and top Japanese game also wore a crowd in the West. Fortunately, the European fan base can make up for the sequel, Revenant Kingdom, which will appear on January 19, 2018. In addition to the appealing cell shaded style, the sequel contains a new game mode, which was announced on Gamescom. In the Skirmish mode you send an army. You must use this tactically during real-time battles on a 3D battlefield. It's really a lot different from the turn based role playing mode, which we know of the original. Add the previously announced Kingdom Builder mode, and we have a game of jokes that will hopefully come together in the final game. We are confident that we will succeed, but for a final judgment we will have to wait until the beginning of next year.

Nintendo is building momentum this year. The company still manages the mobile market with the different Nintendo 2DS and 3D versions, but made a strong comeback in the homeconsole market in 2017. The Switch is almost impossible to deliver. Earlier this year, Zelda took care of Breath of the Wild for sales success and later this year Super Mario Odyssey will undoubtedly make the cash register. We have written about this long awaited title. Another great Mario title is the collaboration with game publisher Ubisoft, titled Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. This is widely promoted on Gamescom. Soon you can expect our judgment. Surprisingly, the upcoming The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. A game title that you would not expect 1,2,3 on a Nintendo console, but no less desirable. We were able to test the game volatile with the Switch controls and that was not so wrong. A game title that's all the way to Nintendo is Fire Emblem Warriors. A crossover between the universes of Dynasty Warriors and Fire Emblem. For the moment, the game is a bit like a brainless button basher, but we were concealed that the final version will contain tactical elements, such as fans who are used to the Fire Emblem series. We are waiting.

Tomorrow we will discuss the murderers Assassin's Creed Origins and Middle-earth: Shadow of War and announce Anno 1800 announced on Gamescom. Keep telegraph. Com / games for more news from Cologne.

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