Gamescom 2019: Everything Revealed at Opening Night Live

Gamescom 2019 is happening over the next few days, and to start things off formally, The Game Awards’ Geoff Keighley hosted the Gamescom Opening Night Live presentation.

Chocked full of trailers and gameplay footage, not only did we see more of upcoming titles, but we also got reveals of brand new games, including sequels to critically acclaimed indie titles, here’s all that was shown at the presentation:

Advertisement ▼

Death Stranding

It would not be a Geoff Keighley production without mention of his bestie, Hideo Kojima, as Death Stranding closed out the presentation.

Showing off the character, “Mama,” as well as a curious urinating mechanic in-game, we also got a look at a character played by Keighley as well.

And who can forget those babies in their pods, now we have an explanation, sort of, courtesy of Guillermo del Toro.

Borderlands 3

The upcoming looter-shooter that started it all is coming soon, and Creative Director Paul Sage was on-stage at Gamescom 2019 to talk more Borderlands 3, the endgame, and the Proving Grounds.

Gears 5

If you are hankering for even more Gears 5 action, then Rod Fergusson of The Coalition has you covered with even more of Gears 5 and Horde mode!

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

Prepare yourself, Hunters, it is time to head to a new land in search of even more terrifying monsters to hunt and make outfits of!

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Alpha

An exclusive Alpha for the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is on its way just for PlayStation 4 players. Focusing on the Gunfight mode, players will get to duke it out come this August 23.

Destiny 2

The Bungie team showed off Destiny 2 and its upcoming expansion, Shadowkeep, as well as the new Season of the Undying.


A brand new title coming via V1 Studios, the first-person shooter is headed up by co-creator of Halo, Marcus Lehto, and described as “a first-person shooter with a lot of real-time tactical elements blended in.” Expect both a singleplayer campaign and multiplayer when it releases in 2020.


A live-action interactive thriller that was first announced back in 2017, is available now on the PSN for S$13.90. Go on a journey with the titular character and discover the mystery behind her father’s demise.

Need For Speed: Heat

Eager to get your car on the asphalt in Need For Speed: Heat? Now you can get a headstart with the new companion app, which allows players to customise their rides in anticipation of the game’s release.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on Nintendo Switch

The epic RPG title finally has a release date for the Nintendo Switch, players will relive Geralt’s adventures once more on October 15, 2019.

Darksiders Genesis

An isometric reimagining of the action-adventure Darksiders franchise, here is an extended look at gameplay and more for the upcoming title.

Predator Hunting Grounds

A first look at gameplay, Illfonic and PlayStation showed off the brutal action of Predator Hunting Grounds in true first-person shooter style.

Kerbal Space Program 2

It is time to head into space again, as the Kerbals gather round for a second try as Kerbal Space Program 2 is revealed. Coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC in 2020.


Developed by Endless Space developers, Amplitude Studios, and published by SEGA, Humankind will put you in charge of human development throughout history. The simulation title will come in 2020.

Little Nightmares II

The Bandai Namco and Tarsier Studios horror title, Little Nightmares, is getting a sequel on the PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC in 2020.


It has been a while since 2001, where the classic helicopter-warfare title, Comanche, was last seen. Now, THQ Nordic is bringing it back as a “team-based, online” title, with Alpha and Beta testing starting this year, and early access in 2020.

Iron Harvest

The real-time strategy title will head to PC, Xbox One, and PS4 on September 1, 2020. Dieselpunk mechs that tower over the battlefields? Sign us up!

Magic: The Gathering Arena

The Epic Games Store has scored another exclusive, sort of. The upcoming Magic: The Gathering Arena will only be available on the EGS, outside of Wizards of the Coast themselves.

Of course, that is not all, here is a glut of other world premiere trailers shown off at Gamescom 2019 Opening Night Live.

Drop a Facebook comment below!

We Are Social