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Gamescom 2019: New game announcements you may have missed

Not everything needs to be AAA.

Gamescom 2019 has come and gone, and while everyone paid attention to the big announcements like the Need for Speed Heat gameplay reveal or the Gears of War 5 story trailer, there were a few other interesting games that got announced as well. Some of them may have slipped under your radar during the barrage of popular news, so here, we take a look at six games you should definitely keep an eye out for.

Ghostrunner (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
Release date: TBA 2020
What’s it about: A first person platformer in the same vein as Mirror’s Edge, Ghostrunner has you running along walls and slashing people with your sword in a futuristic Cyberpunk setting.

Vigor (Xbox One)
Release date: Out now (Early Access)
What’s it about: A free to play MMO that takes place in a post-apocalyptic Norwegian setting, Vigor is a third person survival game with elements of PVP much like Bohemia Interactive’s Day Z.

Synced: Off Planet (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
Release date: TBA 2020
What’s it about: A cooperative third person shooter – with both PVP and PVE elements, Synced: Off Planet is like The Division 2 only instead of humans, you’ll be fighting off robot like alien creatures.

Disintegration (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
Release date: TBA 2019
What’s it about: A first person, sci-fi themed shooter featuring gravity defying bikes, Disintegration fuses bombastic first person shooting with the squad management from RTS games.

 

Humankind (PC)
Release date: TBA 2020
What’s it about: A real time strategy (RTS) game similar to the Civilization series, Humankind has you playing with various civilizations through six different eras, and you’ll be able to shape their outcome for better or worse.

The Cycle (PC)
Release date: Out now (Early Access)
What’s it about: A free to play competitive shooter with PVE elements, The Cycle is definitely NOT a Battle Royale game from the makers of Spec Ops: The Line.

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