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Gamescom 2018

At the start of E3 last month, Konami announced Hyper Sports R for Switch. The sports compilation title includes various individual and team sports.

Konami confirmed today that Hyper Sports R will be making its playable debut at Gamescom next month. Track & Field, Swimming, and Beach Volleyball will be in the demo.

Konami will have more news to share about Hyper Sports R at Gamescom. More information, including the release date, will be announced later in the year.

Source: Konami PR

Today, SOEDESCO announced its lineup for Gamescom 2018. Ten titles will be playable, including Owlboy and a pair of unannounced Switch games. These will be announced “soon.”

SOEDESCO also says two other mystery console games will be revealed. It’s unclear if these multiplatform projects are planned for Switch.

Gamescom 2018 takes place between August 21 and August 25.

Source: SOEDESCO PR

Playdius has announced its lineup for this year’s Gamescom. Featured titles include Away: Journey to the Unexpected, Hover, Old School Musical, Edge of Eternity, The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Chaos, Chroniric, Spitkiss, and Stay.

We have a video showing off Playdius’ Gamescom 2018 lineup below. The event runs between August 21 and August 25.

Gamescom 2018 is roughly two months off, but Bandai Namco has already announced its lineup for this year’s show.

The company will have eleven games at its booth, located in HALL6 – B 41. They include My Hero: One’s Justice, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Jump Force, Soulcalibur VI, One Piece World Seeker, Code Vein, Ace Combat 7, and Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker.

You can find more information about each game below.

Gamescom 2017 outperformed last year’s show in several ways. Among these is attendance, as 350,000 visitors showed up for the big expo last week. Gamescom 2016 was attended by 345,000 people.

Here’s a breakdown of some key stats: