In a statement, Keighley said that fans should not only expect an overview of the games that will be showcased throughout the week at Gamescom, but "announcements of new projects too".
The highly anticipated Death Stranding game will be officially launching on November 8th, 2019 offering both single and multiplayer modes to enjoy.
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"In just two weeks I'll be in Germany to host Gamescom's Opening Night Live, which will stream around the world!" Some of the highlights include 2K, Bungie, EA, Ubisoft, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Epic Games, and Xbox Game Studios.
Sega recently announced during Gamescom they'll be showing off a new AAA IP which is expected to be the tactical shooter they've been working, Hideo Kojima already confirmed he'd presenting an exclusive new look at PS4 exclusive Death's Stranding as we reported on. The game's recently revealed cover art also doesn't feature the "Only on PlayStation" print found on all PS4-only titles, so it's highly likely that the game will indeed head over to PC.
Several independent development studios are also promised to make announcements at the show.
That's all the information we have to go on right now.