These are the most important games that have been seen at Gamescom 2021

Saints row

With the simple name of Saints Row, Volition presented the highly anticipated new installment that appears to be a reboot version of the original game specially prepared for the new generation of consoles (although it will also arrive on PS4 and Xbox One).

  • Release date: February 25, 2022
  • Platforms: Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, PC and Steam

Marvel’s Midnight Suns

Quite an amazing title, since, with the Marvel license, the creators of XCOM: Enemy Unknow and XCOM 2 have brought together Captain America, Iron Man, Doctor Strange, Captain Marvel, Blade, Ghost Rider, Wolverine and many more characters in a turn-based strategy game that will give a lot to talk about.

  • Release date: March 2022
  • Platforms: PC and consoles

Call of Duty: Vanguard

It had already been presented and we even had a release date, but at Gamescom we were able to see the first gameplay of the campaign. This time we have seen how the sniper Polina Petrova escapes from an enemy base located in Stalingrad.

  • Release date: November 5, 2021
  • Platforms: PC and consoles

Halo Infinite

Surprisingly, Microsoft decided to save the most anticipated news for the Gamescom kick-off event rather than at its own conference. With a cinematic trailer related to the story of one of the characters, the game’s official release date will finally be December 8.

  • Release date: December 8, 2021
  • Platforms: Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One, PC and Steam

Death Stranding Director’s Cut

Another game that we already knew about and that has waited for Gamescom to show in-game images is the director’s version of Death Stranding. The result is somewhat strange, since many extras have been included that do not feel essential in the game, and beyond some extra missions we cannot see much more interesting. Kojima stuff.

  • Release date: September 24, 2021
  • Platforms: PS4 and PS5

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge

The spectacular remake of Konami’s arcade classic is scheduled to arrive on PC and consoles in April 2022, and the announcement on this occasion has served to introduce a new character, since reporter April O’Neil will also distribute bullets and blows with his microphone.

  • Release date: April 2022
  • Platforms: PC and consoles

Age of Empires IV

Another of the announcements that Microsoft left in the hands of good old Geoff Keighley, since Age of Empires IV was another great absence from the Microsoft event for a simple reason: it was going to be at the Gamescom opening gala. In this new video we can see a little more gameplay of the game, so it does not hurt to take a look at how those catapults work.

  • Release date: October 28
  • Platforms: PC and Steam

Horizon Forbidden West

Sony has not done very well at this Gamescom, and the most revealing example we have in this announcement. And it is that the Forbidden West team reserved a gap in the gala to officially announce that the game will be delayed until February 18, 2022, thus confirming that it will be another great loss in 2021.

  • Release date: February 18, 2022
  • Platforms: PS5 and PS4

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