Below is the list of all notable trailers of the most anticipated games announced at Gamescom. They come in both gameplay and cinematic variants.

Yakuza Remastered Collection

The Yazuka collection reveals turned out to be a surprise to a lot of people. They are already available for purchase digitally, with a PS4 package contains Yazuka 3, 4 and 5. Fans of the series do not have to worry, however, as a physical version is on the making. If you buy the game now, you would get access to the 3 rd game immediately, with the other two games come in a later date. If you want to find out more about this release, take a look at the debut trailer below.

Creature In The Well

In Creature in the Well, you will be playing as an adorable robot engineer – with a task of dealing with the monstrous entities that are trying to destroy the town’s weather machine. This unique piece of machinery is vital to the survival of the town since it deflects the sandstorms away from it. In the trailer below, Adam Volker, the creative director of the game, will explain more about how the game mechanics would be like. Creature In The Well is apparently a hack and slash dungeon crawler – with the addition of pinball mechanics.

Darksiders Genesis

According to details available, Darksiders Genesis will rework the core gameplay of the series. From Zelda third-person combat and exploration to a top-down hack and slash action RPG. The co-op mode is one of the main focus of the trailer. This would be Strife’s first time to be on the protagonist role, as his abilities have been teased in Darksider 3.

Death Stranding

The Kojima game finally gets a gameplay trailer. However, we still can’t decipher what the story is going to be about since the gameplay is prone to cause various misadventures and odd moments, which are not exactly in theme with the serious tone of the story.

Besides the gameplay trailer, there are two other cinematic shorts about both main characters, Mama and Sam. Those have definitely given us further details about their personalities.

Everspace 2


One of the few games that made their debut at Gamescom, Everspace 2 has a 2021 release date. From the gameplay trailer, we can assume that the sequel will add a lot of new locations and customization to the ship, along with a few appearances from the old stuff.

Little Nightmares 2

People did not expect Little Nightmares to get a sequel, but surprisingly, it just got one. The story of the game will continue in Little Nightmares 2, with you taking control of a different character, adventuring in a much larger area comparing to the previous game.

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep - Season Of The Undying

The first seasonal update for the Shadowkeep expansion of Destiny 2, named Season of the Undying, will hit PC on October 5. According to details from the latest trailer, the Black Garden will be invaded by an army of Vex through a portal.


Announced by Private Division, the same Publisher behind those highly anticipated upcoming games like The Outer Worlds and Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, Disintegration looks like something that is highly invested on. The trailer below is mostly cinematics, but some bits of gameplay can still be captured here and there.