Gamescom 2015: Top Video Game Reveals, Exciting Announcements, Gameplays And More!

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Gamescom 2015 is nearly upon us and thousands of gamers will finally be treated again with new gameplay videos and playable demos this August 5-9 at Cologne, Germany.

Dozens of new reveals and exciting announcements will surely be shown at the event aside from the ones on the show floor as Microsoft, Blizzard, and EA will be having their own conference.

With numerous games making an appearance, we help you make sense of it all as we give you the top 5 best titles to look forward to at Gamescom to.

Here are the best games at Gamescom 2015:

Halo 5 Guardians (Xbox One)

Microsoft will surely be showing their critically acclaimed game again after their great showing at E3 2015. Gamers will surely be in a treat to experience a full-fledged campaign experience and new numerous competitive and cooperative multiplayer modes with new moves and improved shooting mechanics. Microsoft will surely be capitalizing on Sony and Nintendo?s absence at Gamescom by making sure that Halo 5 looks to be the best console exclusive title to own especially as it nears its October 27, 2015 release date.

Fallout 4 (PC, Xbox One, PS4)

After coming off of Elder Scrolls Skyrim, Bethesda seems to be releasing its most polished title as Fallout 4 is promising over 400 hours of content including a whopping customization feature along with improved gameplay mechanics. If you?re worried about the Fallout 4 being buggy upon release like with Fallout 3, Bethesda has revealed that they have long finished making the Fallout and has only been improving stability of the game when it was announced.

Fallout 4 won?t be playable at the event but fans will be treated with a new video presentation.

Final Fantasy 15 (Xbox One, PS4)

Final Fantasy 15 will be headlining Square Enix?s appearance this year at the event, meaning we can expect great new footage. FF 15 will be focusing on an all-male ensemble with a car now usable to roam the areas.

Don?t expect to get your hands on a new build of the FF 15 as Square Enix announced they will only be showing a presentation of the game while the old FF 15 Duscae 2.0 will be available on the show floor.

Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain (PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4)

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain looks to be the biggest open world game as MGS creator Hideo Kojima has gone full force to introduce a fully detailed world while retaining all the Easter eggs littered all over the game as well as an epic and big (and probably convulted) plot as this may be Kojima Production?s last game in the franchise.

MSG V: The Phantom Pain will be publicly playable for everyone at the event.

Star Wars Battlefront (PC, Xbox One, PS4)

EA holding a press conference this August 5 means a slew of new gameplay and more features will be revealed for Star Wars Battlefront. A new X-Wings fighter and a Gameplay mode called ?fighter squadron? was also teased earlier.

Star Wars: Battlefront looks to be making every Star Wars? fans come to life as they can engage in the stunning star wars universe in a big multiplayer arena.

Star Wars Battlefront will be playable at EA?s booth in Gamescom.

Honorable mentions:

  • Forza motorsport 6
  • Dark Souls 3
  • Mirror?s Edge Catalyst
  • Just Cause 3
  • Assasin?s Creed Syndicate
  • Need for Speed
  • Rise of The Tomb Raider
  • Tom Clancey?s The Division
  • Unravel
  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

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