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Live: Sony Gamescom Conference

PS4 release plans and new games. Watch it back and read our live coverage.

Here we go then! Sony is the only platform holder putting on a big Gamescom press conference this year and with any luck we are going to learn the PlayStation 4 release date. Plus, it wouldn't be Sony at Gamescom without a bunch of weird new games to salivate over.

You can join us live from 6pm BST / 7pm CEST to watch the live stream, read through our babbling commentary and post your own reactions. Should be good.

Our live coverage of this event has finished.

Coverage

We're just over 90 minutes away from the Sony conference start time. If you missed it, why not check out the EA Gamescom conference live blog? The announcements weren't amazing, but Ellie did a joke about the Crystal Maze.

Tom Bramwell

Around half an hour to go. We have a pool going in the office on the PS4 release date. Loser has to buy the other biscuits. Anyone got a theory? My money is on second week of November...

Tom Bramwell

dogmanstaruk: Anyone from EG in germany?

Wes, Martin, Digital Foundry and Ian from our YouTube channel are in Germany. They'll be filing stuff from the conferences and around the show all week.

Tom Bramwell

Hey everyone! Glad you liked the Crystal Maze joke. It went so well that for this one I'm thinking of doing a thing about Fort Boyard.

Ellie Gibson

We're edging closer to start time. Lots of exciting clicks and whirrs on the live feed suggesting that people are doing last-minute set-up. Or that I've got an ad window open somewhere on my computer and haven't noticed.

Tom Bramwell

Ain't no conference like a Sony PlayStation conference! Except for all other video games conferences ever.

Ellie Gibson

Looks like it's going to be a fair few minutes 'til we kick off - have just taken my seat and people are still filing in.

Martin Robinson

I tweeted the Sony PR dude earlier to ask what time the conference is finishing. He did not reply. Am now extremely concerned about missing the start of Great British Bake-Off.

Ellie Gibson

I've been told to expect a 75-90 minute conference.

Martin Robinson

And also to expect to hear all the information we want to know.

Martin Robinson

I wish Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry were drafted in to evaluate new video games hardware. "There's a lovely sheen to the outer casing, but look underneath those USB ports. You've let yourself down with that soggy bottom, Sony."

Ellie Gibson

I would very much like it if that included a new launch title - compared to the Xbox One's line-up, the PS4's day one slate is looking a little thin on truly exciting games right now.

Martin Robinson

I also spotted Andrew House being all Andrew Housey outside. That was exciting.

Martin Robinson

Last year we got Rain, Puppeteer and Tearaway. Would love some similar surprises tonight.

Martin Robinson

The lights are down!

Martin Robinson

Looks like we're starting! No dubstep - stillness. A chair looking up at the screen. Person sitting in it is operating a PS4, flicking through the interface.

Tom Bramwell

The new user interface looks like an evolution of the old PS3 XMB with a few more nested options.

Tom Bramwell

And now he or she is watching a video recorded earlier, accessed through the game recorder.

Tom Bramwell

Is that Kaz in that armchair? Fiver says that when he turns round he'll be stroking a white cat.

Ellie Gibson

Ah, looks like it's Shuhei Yoshida into the chair, Blofeld style. Hopefully he's stroking a cat while he watches this video clip, which looks like Killzone.

Tom Bramwell

Ellie and my jokes align.

Tom Bramwell

All this mucking about with an actual console (presumably), simulating a user's experience, makes a nice change from a montage of dubstep and guns. Although, you know, he's still watching a video of some shooting.

Tom Bramwell

HIVE MIND.

Ellie Gibson

This is awkward...

Martin Robinson

I did wonder what ever happened to Jean-Michel Jarre.

Ellie Gibson

Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Jim Ryan.

Tom Bramwell

Not my words - the words of, er, someone.

Tom Bramwell

Right, Ryan says that was the global unveil of the PS4 user interface. You got to see "the connected experience that lies at the heart of PlayStation 4".

Tom Bramwell

Let's start with PS3! Oh.

Tom Bramwell

To be fair, it has got lots of exciting games this year, including... Gran Turismo 6!

Tom Bramwell

No bilingual intro for Jim Ryan. Remember when David Reeves used to reel off entire anecdotes in German? Then quote a Bob Dylan lyric before announcing Singstar: Turkish Edition?

Ellie Gibson

Here's a brand new trailer and an Oscar Wilde quote from Ryan. Something famous the old chap said about how exclusive concept cars are great.

Tom Bramwell

I really really hope there's a video of how you can change the colour of the car. I haven't seen enough of those in my 10 years of watching games conferences.

Ellie Gibson

Polyphony Digital has been collaborating with lots of major car brands, Ryan said. I see Zagato, VW, Peugeot and some other famous logos swept along the side of sleek concepts.

Tom Bramwell

Zagato! Bertone!This excites me and maybe me alone.

Martin Robinson

Martin Robinson's hyperventilating at this point.

Tom Bramwell

Loving the opera. Games need more opera. Imagine caning your way through Spelunky to Turandot.

Ellie Gibson

BRANDS HATCH! I just fainted.

Martin Robinson

Martin Robinson has done a white weewee.

Ellie Gibson

But seriously, BRANDS HATCH!

Martin Robinson

Audi Etron! My god this is just too much.

Martin Robinson

December 6th 2013.

Tom Bramwell

Kazunori Yamauchi's in the audience so Ryan pays tribute to him - and the other car manufacturers in the auditorium.

Tom Bramwell

Dec 6th is a global launch date for GT6.

Tom Bramwell

Kazunori Yamauchi and Sony Pictures are currently developing a full-length feature film based on GT. Producers Michael de Luca and Donna Brunetti.

Tom Bramwell

Ryan's reeling off some of the amazing year-eight PS3 games out this year. The Last of Us, for example, or Beyond, which is due out in October.

Tom Bramwell

"PlayStation continues to demonstrate its lasting commitment to the PS3 gamer."

Tom Bramwell

Remember LittleBigPlanet? Ryan is announcing LittleBigPlanet Hub, a new free-to-play service for PS3 due to launch later this year.

Tom Bramwell

And here's Stephen Fry's voice over the top of a trailer. Imagine lots of LBP stuff, he says, for free, and then other stuff to buy. Yep, that's how F2P works Jeeves.

Tom Bramwell

Bless you Sackboy, you funny little knitted hippy.

Ellie Gibson

Sounds like you'll still be able to play, create and share tons of stuff in addition to however the F2P/microtransaction stuff works.

Tom Bramwell

"And finally, 2013 sees the return of Grand Theft Auto to the PlayStation 3." Indeed.

Tom Bramwell

From launch, there's going to be a GTA5 PS3 bundle and a custom-designed headset.

Tom Bramwell

From next week, anyone who pre-orders GTA5 from the PlayStation Store gets 75% off any Rockstar game.

Tom Bramwell

Onto PlayStation Vita now.

Tom Bramwell

Sony's announcing three new PS Vita Mega Packs for the Europe market. They're available as standalone software with an 8GB memory card or as part of a hardware bundle.

Tom Bramwell

Now Ryan is drawing attention to Vita titles like Arkham Origins Blackgate, Football Manager Classic 2014 and... Borderlands 2.

Tom Bramwell

Yep, Borderlands 2 is heading to Vita. That's cool.

Tom Bramwell

Ryan's talking about Sony's commitment to the indie sector now. He's pleased to announce that Starbound from Chucklefish, Fez from Phil Fish and Velocity X from Futurlab will be coming to PS3 and Vita this year.

Tom Bramwell

Fez for Vita! Gimme.

Tom Bramwell

Ooh, PS Vita price drop. From tomorrow, 199 Euro, 199 US dollars.

Tom Bramwell

And there will also be "significant reductions" in the price of Vita memory cards in these regions.

Tom Bramwell

Michael Denny's on stage now, reminding us that he announced five new IPs at Gamescom last year and that Sony is committed to doing that stuff.

Tom Bramwell

Here's seven more new and exclusive PlayStation Vita titles, he says.

Tom Bramwell

I think he's recapping here - mentioning Killzone: Mercenary and Tearaway.

Tom Bramwell

You can tick "Push the boundaries" off your live text bingo card. You can also tick "You can tick "xxx" off your live text bingo card" off your live text bingo card.

Ellie Gibson

Here's a new game - Murasaki Baby from a new Italian studio. You take a child by the hand, navigating the perils of a nightmare fantasy world.

Tom Bramwell

It takes advantage of Vita's touch controls. In the video on screen the player is using touch to clear obstacles and help walk a little kid with a pink balloon through shadowy, pencil-sketched 2D environments.

Tom Bramwell

Looks 2D but with different planes of depth, I think - it looked like the player just span windmills in the background to help blow the balloon along.

Tom Bramwell

"And now for something completely different," says Denny.

Tom Bramwell

I'd describe this as "Tim Burtonesque" if I didn't detest everyone who's ever used the phrase "Tim Burtonesque".

Ellie Gibson

Taking inspiration from music festivals, he's announcing a new F2P game called Big Fest. You create and manage a music festival.

Tom Bramwell

They've partnered with some music portal with a stupid name to bring in unknown bands, who you get to manage as part of the festival you're putting on.

Tom Bramwell

Looks a bit like a Tycoon game - setting up stalls, micro-managing acts, then seeing people enjoy them and tending to their needs.

Tom Bramwell

Co-operate or compete, apparently.

Tom Bramwell

Big Fest and Murasaki Baby demonstrate how Sony will encourage devs to bring wild ideas to life, says Denny.

Tom Bramwell

The indie community has also embraced Vita, says Denny, who has in no way signed loads of cheques to encourage that embrace.

Tom Bramwell

We're seeing a "conversations with creators" video where developers talk about why they're excited about Vita. One guy says that he likes not having to make concessions to other mobile platforms' limitations.

Tom Bramwell

Mike Bithell on screen saying he likes having a dedicated device, rather than a device that also plays games, with cool network stuff.

Tom Bramwell

Derek Yu is talking about how he likes it too. OMG SPELUNKY ON THE VITA IS OUT NEXT WEEK MY LIFE IS COMPLETE.

Tom Bramwell

I might buy another Vita and Spelunky so I can play co-op with myself.

Tom Bramwell

These testimonials are nice, but the games being played in the background by each of the creators would also speak for themselves. Lots of lovely stuff.

Tom Bramwell

Zoned out for a minute. Is this still the Vita thing or are they talking about Barnardos?

Ellie Gibson

Denny says he's going to talk about some Worldwide Studios PS4 games later.

Tom Bramwell

In the meantime, here comes lead system architect Mark Cerny.

Tom Bramwell

I would like to meet the lead system architect on Mark Cerny's hair.

Ellie Gibson

Cerny is recapping the goals that Sony had in mind with the PS4. 10x the performance of any previous consoles, for example.

Tom Bramwell

Gamers would also want the very best games, says Cerny, so they went out and asked developers what they would want in a console and a controller to get them on board.

Tom Bramwell

Zoned out again. Is this still the Sony conference or a Wes Anderson film?

Ellie Gibson

He's talking about the launch line-up a little now, talking about its depth and breadth, although there's no big list yet or anything.

Tom Bramwell

Name-checks blockbuster games like Destiny and Watch Dogs and passionately constructed small indie titles brought in by Sony's dev relations team.

Tom Bramwell

He wants to elevate these indie games, he says, supporting Unity and offering full self-publishing across all platforms, loaning dev kits and offering financial support with the Pub Fund.

Tom Bramwell

"We believe that a renaissance of gaming is coming on PlayStation 4." Creative freedom and broad content.

Tom Bramwell

Here's Shahid Ahmad to tell us about some of the titles coming our way on PS4.

Tom Bramwell

Seriously though does anyone know what time GBBO is on? I don't want to miss the start. I heard a rumour it's macaroons week.

Ellie Gibson

Ahmad says that an indie dev revolution is happening. He says he's been asking indies what it means to be an indie and their response is that freedom is super important.

Tom Bramwell

Wants Sony's platform to be "the place indies want to be".

Tom Bramwell

Rogue Legacy is coming to PS4 and Vita next year - a console exclusive. (It's already out on PC.)

Tom Bramwell

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth on PS4 and PS Vita next spring. PS Plus subs will get it at no extra cost.

Tom Bramwell

Good grief, Sony, if you like indies that much why don't you just marry the Inspiral Carpets.

Ellie Gibson

N++ will feature new multiplayer modes, thousands of hand-crafted levels and lots of creating and sharing. Debuting exclusively on PS4 this winter.

Tom Bramwell

Mike Bithell's new game Volume, where you can create, remix and share worlds. PS4 and Vita will be where it debuts world-exclusively next year.

Tom Bramwell

Pilot airships through a steampunk universe in Guns of Icarus Online, which will enjoy a console-exclusive debut on PS4.

Tom Bramwell

Vlambeer!

Tom Bramwell

Wasteland Kings - "a roguelike-like" - is going to be making its console-exclusive debut on PS4 and PS Vita next year.

Tom Bramwell

And finally, Dennaton's Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number will make a console-exclusive debut on PS4 and PS Vita next year.

Tom Bramwell

That is quite a lot of indie games.

Tom Bramwell

Ahmad says that's just some of the indie games coming first to Sony platforms in the next year.

Tom Bramwell

Here comes Michael Denny to talk about the Worldwide Studios games on PS4.

Tom Bramwell

All 14 of Worldwide Studios', er, studios are now working on PS4, including Santa Monica, Media Molecule and Naughty Dog.

Tom Bramwell

The wide geographical and cultural spread of content is really important, as well as quantity, says Denny, highlighting Sony's connections all over Europe, for instance.

Tom Bramwell

Now Denny introduces a trailer for The Chinese Room's latest game, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture.

Tom Bramwell

The trailer starts with some ticker text on a computer screen talking about how it's five days since "the event".

Tom Bramwell

Keep the doors shut, don't go out, says the voiceover, as we look at sepia shots of forests and gentle music plays.

Tom Bramwell

I've always thought they should do a video game adaptation of Threads.

Ellie Gibson

The Chinese Room's Dear Esther was amazing, and this should be "just as emotional and intense", says Denny.

Tom Bramwell

Spanish studio Tequila Works' new title next. Here's some footage.

Tom Bramwell

I've always thought they should do a video game adaptation of Broadchurch.

Ellie Gibson

Aerial shots of a coastline. Zooming in, we see a kid in a skirt and shawl running over white sands, through trees in-land, doing some platforming in an Ico-style world of bright almost cel-shaded environments.

Tom Bramwell

Then night falls and the kid waves a torch around near a fire. Then the torch is gone and something threatening appears through the mist.

Tom Bramwell

Game's called Rime.

Tom Bramwell

Cross-play is great, says Denny. Here's Arrow Divers, a new game from the team behind Magicka. Co-op squad-based multiplayer shooter for PS3, PS4 and Vita.

Tom Bramwell

SPACE.

Tom Bramwell

Helldivers, sorry.

Tom Bramwell

Top-down, multiple people firing guns at things. Possibly insectoid things. Rocky things. Looks a bit like Halo Spartan Assault Starship Troopers.

Tom Bramwell

PS4 will also have great arcade shoot-'em-ups, says Denny. Housemarque did Super Stardust HD for the PS3 launch, for example, and the studio's new game, Resogun, will carry on in a similar vein.

Tom Bramwell

Looks like a shooter where you move around the outer edge of cylindrical level designs.

Tom Bramwell

Lots of lovely electric tendrils, massive explosions, thumping electronica. Sort of like a post-apocalyptic Lumines on the inside of a kaleidoscope.

Tom Bramwell

Or outside even.

Tom Bramwell

Here's a next-gen vision of an iconic Amiga game. Shadow of the Beast, reimagined for PS4.

Tom Bramwell

This is where I show my (young) age by not recognising any of this. Sorry! A beastly looking man is slashing people up. Only on PS4 apparently.

Tom Bramwell

He's got sexy claws that make him look like he's doing a GWARR gesture and yellow eyes. Now a big orc thing has leapt out of the desert and got up in his grill, so he's summoned some shadowy... shadows! Of the beast!

Tom Bramwell

There, hopefully that was seamless.

Tom Bramwell

Amazing! Let's hope this sets a precedent for loads of other Amiga remakes. What would you like to see, readers? I vote Thundercats and Buggy Boy.

Ellie Gibson

Now let's take a brief look at WWS titles we've heard about, says Denny.

Tom Bramwell

The Playroom will be preinstalled on every PS4 from launch.

Tom Bramwell

The Playroom? Sounds a bit Guildford swingers' party.

Ellie Gibson

You can muck around and create... stuff. Using camera and controllers to muck about with funky graphics... stuff.

Tom Bramwell

Looks fun. Like a sort of EyeToy Noby Noby Boy.

Tom Bramwell

Ah, inFamous: Second Son. Here's a new trailer showing the progress the game is making.

Tom Bramwell

Time to punch the ground and send people flying. Some destructible scenery, too, by the look of it. Lots of jumping around on rooftops.

Tom Bramwell

There we are, sucking energy out of cars. Classic.

Tom Bramwell

Denny says he's "super excited" about stuff like Knack, The Order: 1886 and DriveClub, too.

Tom Bramwell

And of course Killzone: Shadow Fall, "which promises to be a huge launch title for PlayStation 4".

Tom Bramwell

Here's some new multiplayer footage.

Tom Bramwell

That was what Yoshida was watching during the conference opening, apparently.

Tom Bramwell

Looks like you can custom-define all sorts of play modes. One just now was Stealth vs. Defence, so nimble players vs. tanky ones.

Tom Bramwell

"Play by your own rules" is the tagline.

Tom Bramwell

15 new PS4 games announced today, says Jim Ryan, returning to the stage, all of which are console-exclusive to the PS4 at launch.

Tom Bramwell

Ryan is moving on to the multimedia stuff. Sony won't place this kind of stuff behind a subscription gate, he says. For example, Twitch.TV will be available for spectating, and there are over 20 video services and applications coming to PS4 in Europe.

Tom Bramwell

This conference could do with a bit more IN YOUR FACE MICRO SOFT. Come on, Jim, announced that Sony will actually be giving its consoles away for free, in boxes stuffed with fifty pound notes.

Ellie Gibson

Sony's Music Unlimited service has been enhanced for PS4 with a new simpler and faster interface.

Tom Bramwell

New features include the ability to listen to music in the background while playing games and an option to access a quick control bar by pressing the PS button.

Tom Bramwell

Recognising the importance of smooth online gaming, Ryan says Sony is entering into strategic partnerships with the likes of Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Virgin Media and Ono to offer special broadband packages to gamers with reserved parts of the pipe for gaming and things like that. More to be announced in the coming months.

Tom Bramwell

Now for PlayStation Plus. Ryan says the price of just over €4 a month is great value. There'll be a 14-day free trial for all PS4 owners, including Instant Game Collection access. You'll be able to use the DriveClub PS Plus Edition and Resogun.

Tom Bramwell

Assassin's Creed 3 is heading to PS Plus on PS3, too.

Tom Bramwell

If you're thinking of signing up to PS Plus ahead of PS4, says Ryan, starting tomorrow and lasting a month, if you sign up by PSN for a year you'll get an extra 90 days free.

Tom Bramwell

Ubisoft is coming on stage now to show "how these games work best on PlayStation".

Tom Bramwell

These games being the likes of Assassin's Creed 4. We will get a Remote Play demo on Vita, too.

Tom Bramwell

If you turn the sound down and put some Prodigy on it's like Jim Ryan has taken a LOT of disco biscuits.

Ellie Gibson

Ryan sketches a scenario where one gamer plays Black Flag on PS4 in the lounge, then gets turfed out of the lounge and continues playing it on a Vita in the bedroom instead.

Tom Bramwell

Right, Assassin's Creed 4 stage demo.

Tom Bramwell

This is the Gamescom demo, apparently. Starts off with two pirates having a nice chat on the deck of a ship.

Tom Bramwell

The deck of the Jackdaw, no less, and that was Edward Kenway and his first mate. Now we're seeing Kenway steering the Jackdaw into battle, firing on a coastal fort.

Tom Bramwell

It does seem a bit like the guy in charge of videoing this conference has been at the disco biscuits.

Ellie Gibson

Oops, here come some ships to cause trouble. The Jackdaw levels a broadside at one of them as the seas undulate beneath them, skewing cannon balls slightly off-course.

Tom Bramwell

Basically some boats are having a punch-up.

Tom Bramwell

And now we're onto Remote Play on Vita, where Kenway has left the Jackdaw and is climbing up the fort he's just bombarded from off the coast.

Tom Bramwell

It's not a Vita version - it's the PS4 version running through Remote Play. Looks very slick and responsive.

Tom Bramwell

The demo ends with Kenway confronting some naughty Templar.

Tom Bramwell

That's the end of the Assassin's Creed 4 demo. Jim Ryan returns and says that "almost all" PS4 games will work on PS Vita Remote Play via wi-fi.

Tom Bramwell

Here comes a video of an Assassin's Creed 4 level that is exclusive to PS3 and PS4 at launch.

Tom Bramwell

Short but sweet - a bit of Aveline talking to herself and then stabbing someone.

Tom Bramwell

Ubisoft boss Yves Guillemot is on stage with Ryan now, saying how amazing Gamescom is compared to Leipzig. OoooOOOOoohh! Buuurrrnnn Leipzig!

Tom Bramwell

Yves did so well on The Apprentice. I guess he's gone back to Monaco now.

Ellie Gibson

Guillemot says he thinks Watch Dogs will be the best game of Gamescom and he has some news to share.

Tom Bramwell

Ubisoft is partnering with Sony to create a blockbuster Watch Dogs movie.

Tom Bramwell

How about a Watch Dogs trailer, then? Here you go. SURVEILLANCE. NETWORKS. CAMERAS.

Tom Bramwell

This isn't the most exciting trailer I've ever seen. Straying into EA conference territory really. Blah blah police cars, blah blah sinister voiceover.

Tom Bramwell

And is that dubstep?

Tom Bramwell

"Now is the time to wake up." Yeah Neo.

Tom Bramwell

Master_Smurf: Tom - to create a movie - we the people will decide if it becomes a blockbuster or not

Just quoting the guy on stage. I'm sure the movie will be a big pile of floppy pants.

Tom Bramwell

The level we just saw is exclusive to PS4 at launch, says Jim Ryan. We just saw a level?

Tom Bramwell

Minecraft exclusive to PS4 at launch.

Tom Bramwell

Another PS4 console-exclusive is War Thunder, a next-gen F2P war game thing.

Tom Bramwell

Here's a trailer. Yep, definitely looks warry. Lots of historical aircraft, tanks and whatnot. 100,000km2 battle area. Optimised for DualShock 4.

Tom Bramwell

"Next-gen MMO on PS4", the trailer concludes.

Tom Bramwell

"There are simply too many PS4 titles available before Christmas for me to be able to talk about each one," says Ryan, but the line-up is super strong, he adds.

Tom Bramwell

Aha, here comes Andrew House.

Tom Bramwell

Release date here we come?

Tom Bramwell

House is president and group CEO of SCE.

Tom Bramwell

BRING IT HOME ANDY

Ellie Gibson

Real pleasure to be back at Gamescom, yadda yadda. TELL US THE DATE.

Tom Bramwell

"PS3 continues to grow in strength." WHAT IS THIS

Tom Bramwell

Within the SCE region, the RRP of 12GB PS3 is reduced to €199 and $199.

Tom Bramwell

For COD: Ghosts, Watch Dogs and Battlefield 4, gamers who have already bought the PS3 version will be able to buy the PS4 versions for a "significantly discounted price", says House.

Tom Bramwell

This is to help "reward PS3 gamers for their loyalty" and to make the transition to next-gen easier.

Tom Bramwell

Oh do get on with it Paul Hollywood's probably putting those azure contacts in as we speak

Ellie Gibson

He just recapped the PS Vita price cut and talked about how it will complement the PS4.

Tom Bramwell

Right, PS4 launch date, come on.

Tom Bramwell

"We set out to build the most powerful gaming platform with a deeply held, consistent focus on you, the gamer." Pause.

Tom Bramwell

And it's great for developers too, he says.

Tom Bramwell

And it embraces the always-connected world...

Tom Bramwell

"And while others have shifted their message and changed their story..." Laughter in the room.

Tom Bramwell

Sony was consistent, says House.

Tom Bramwell

A reminder from House that the price is £349, $399 and €399, in case you'd forgotten. There are more than one million pre-orders already worldwide.

Tom Bramwell

COME ON

Ellie Gibson

PlayStation 4 will launch in 32 countries in total during this holiday season, and will become available in North America on 15th November and in Europe on 29th November.

Tom Bramwell

House says thanks and the show's over.

Tom Bramwell

Merry Christmas!

Ellie Gibson

Well, that was exciting! In parts! See you next time!

Ellie Gibson

Phew, thanks very much for staying with us, guys. Hope you all enjoyed it. Look out for more on many of those games throughout Gamescom on Eurogamer.

Tom Bramwell

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