What you need to know
- Gamescom 2020 as a physical gathering had to be canceled due to the ongoing pandemic.
- It's still proceeding as a digital event.
- A list of several companies taking part in Gamescom 2020 has been released.
Gamescom 2020 is still going ahead as an all-digital event, though naturally the physical presence had to be canceled due to the global pandemic. Ahead of Gamescom 2020, the attendance of several major gaming companies has just been confirmed. Microsoft and Xbox, Bethesda, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft and more will be present in some capacity. You can see a list of some of the attendees below.
- Activision Blizzard
- Bandai Namco Entertainment
- Electronic Arts
- Indie Arena Booth
- Koch Media
- SEGA Europe
- Yager Development GmbH
A list of additional companies attending the showcase can be found here. The list will grow as more confirm attendance to the event, so as you check back the list will keep growing.
Geoff Keighley, host of the Game Awards and Summer Game Fest, is hosting Opening Night Live at Gamescom on August 27. This event is a digital showcase of announcements that will end Summer Game Fest. You can check our ever-growing, ever-changing list of major gaming events this summer right here.
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