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All the trailers from Gamescom 2017 – including every Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC reveal

E3, the biggest video games event in the world, doesn’t seem that long ago.

Despite most of the big reveals being reserved for that event, Gamescom is now ongoing in Germany and, as the largest video games event in Europe, it’s come with its fair share of exciting reveals.

Rather than have you hunt down all the trailers, we’ve put them all here in one place to save you some time.

And we do mean them all – there’s more than 65 trailers and we’ll be keeping this page updated throughout the week.

Here’s every single Gamescom trailer in alphabetical order:

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

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Perhaps the biggest action arcade flight series in the world, Ace Combat’s latest installment was recently delayed to 2018, but at least we’re being shown more content in the meantime.

Age of Empires Definitive Edition

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Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the classic real-time strategy game Age of Empires is getting a total overhaul and is coming to PC on October 19. Definitive Editions of Age of Empires II and III are also on the way.

Age of Empires IV

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Age of Empires galore! The latest installment of the beloved real-time strategy game has been revealed for PC.

Anno 1800

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A new entry in the city-building real-time strategy Anno series was revealed, set in the 19th century and coming to PC this winter.

ARMS

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Lola Pop has been unveiled as ARMS’ latest fighter, which will be released as a free update at a later date. Additionally, the game will be free to play at set periods this weekend.

Assassin’s Creed Origins

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Assassin’s Creed fans were treated to two trailers this week, though both are cinematic rather than gameplay-focused. Assassin’s Creed Origins brings the series to ancient Egypt on October 27.

Attack on Titan 2

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Chances are you’ve heard of Attack on Titan, given that its anime adaptation became a huge hit in 2015. This sequel to the A.O.T. Wings of Freedom action game is coming in 2018.

Battlefield 1

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Less than a year after its release, the World War I-themed shooter is getting re-released in the form of Battlefield 1 Revolution, a package containing the base game, a Premium Pass and more content. Despite being just announced, the package is available now.

BioMutant

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BioMutant, a new open-world action RPG from ex-Just Cause developers, was leaked just before its reveal but it may still be one of the most exciting announcements this week. Who doesn’t want to be a little raccoon fella?

Bomber Crew

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A strategic sim where you manage the crew of a WW2 bomber plane, Bomber Crew comes to PC on 19 October.

Call of Duty: WWII

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A first look at the new Headquarters Social Space mode in Call of Duty: WWII, which releases November 3.

Cities: Skylines – Green Cities

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Gamescom has been a treat for real-time strategy and sim fans this year, with an expansion revealed for Cities: Skylines for later this year.

Close to the Sun

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A story-driven horror game taking place at the turn of the 20th century on a mysterious ship complex created by Nikola Tesla, Close to the Sun launches in 2018.

The Crew 2

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Ubisoft released a new trailer for their upcoming racing game, which launches March 16 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Destiny 2

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Perhaps the biggest release of the next few months, Destiny 2 launches September 6 on consoles and October 24 on PC.

Dragon Ball FighterZ

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A first glimpse of Dragon Ball FighterZ’s story mode, featuring the resurrection of Android 16. Dragon Ball FighterZ launches in February for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

The Escapists 2

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This sandbox prison-escape game is a sequel to the hugely successful 2015 game and is available now for PS4 and Xbox One, with a Nintendo Switch version to follow.

Fe

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The rather visually appealing upcoming platformer Fe received a new trailer, as well as confirmation of a Nintendo Switch release. Fe launches early next year.

Fear Effect Reinvented

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A remake of the original PlayStation classic with improved graphics and controls, Fear Effect Reinvented is coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch in 2018.

FIFA 18

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It’s almost tradition that wherever EA goes, a new FIFA trailer follows and this week is no different.

Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition

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The story of Final Fantaxy XV is being retold for mobile devices in the form of a purpose-built Pocket Edition, giving its characters a chibi makeover. It’ll release in the form of 10 episodes later this year, with the first available for free.

Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition

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Yes, Final Fantasy XV really is everywhere. It’ll be coming to Windows PC early next year.

Final Fantasy XV Universe

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It’s hard to keep up with Final Fantasy XV, as Square Enix have turned it into a multi-game, multi-media affair. This trailer showcases everything that falls under the Final Fantasy XV umbrella.

Fire Emblem Warriors

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Following the footsteps of Hyrule Warriors, a hack-and-slash game featuring Legend of Zelda characters, Fire Emblem is receiving the Warriors treatment on October 20 for the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch.

Forgotton Anne

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Square Enix Collective are publishing this cinematic adventure-puzzle game for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

God’s Trigger

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God’s Trigger is a Hotline Miami-esque co-op action game for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, launching early 2018.

The Good Life

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A mystery game by the creator of Deadly Premonition, The Good Life has lots of cute cats. We don’t know much else about it yet, but that’s good enough for me.

Gravel

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This off-road racing game has to compete against the likes of Forza, Gran Turismo Sport, The Crew 2 and Project CARS 2, but if you have room for more racing, Gravel is coming to PS4 early next year.

GWENT

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A digital card game based on the popular The Witcher franchise, GWENT is receiving a single-player story campaign later on this year.

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone DX

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SEGA’s upbeat rhythm-action game is getting a physical release of the currently digital-only Project Diva Future Tone, coming with all of the DLC content and brand new songs. It launches in Japan on November 22 for the PlayStation 4.

Hidden Dragon Legend

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Hidden Dragon Legend is a 2.5D action-platformer set in Imperial China and it’s looking pretty stylish. It launches for the PlayStation 4 on September 19.

ID@Xbox

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This ID@Xbox reel showcases some of the Xbox One’s upcoming indie games.

Immortal Unchained

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Immortal Unchained, another ‘Souls-like’ hardcore action-RPG game, has been revealed for the PS4 and is releasing next year.

Jurassic World Evolution

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A city-building sim game themed around Jurassic Park reminiscent of 2003’s Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis, this should be an instant genre classic at the hands of Planet Coaster’s developer.

Just Dance 2018

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This year’s release of Just Dance 2018 includes hits by Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, and even YouTube star TomSka. The game launches on 26 October for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Wii, Wii U, PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2

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The popular LEGO series’ best-selling game was the first Marvel Super Heroes title, so it’s no surprise that its sequel is being pushed previewed at every opportunity. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 launches on November 17 for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.

LEGO Worlds – Nintendo Switch

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Best described as Minecraft meets LEGO, LEGO Worlds is launches on the Nintendo Switch on September 8, having previously released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Life is Strange: Before the Storm

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A prequel to the heartfelt, narrative-driven hit from 2015, Life is Strange: Before the Storm’s first episode releases August 31 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

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The next installment of the beloved fighting game series that sees Marvel and Capcom characters dual in two-on-two fights, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite comes to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on September 19.

Metal Gear Solid 2

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For those of you with an Nvidia SHIELD, the PlayStation 2 classic Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty’s HD edition is available now.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War

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Set in the world of Lord of the Rings, this sequel to the hit 2014 game Shadow or Mordor comes to PS4, Xbox One and PC on October 10, although it does feature a controversial loot box system in its single-player campaign.

MOTHERGUNSHIP

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A mix of bullet-hell intensity and first-person shooting, MOTHERGUNSHIP actually looks like it could stand out among a crowd of shooters.

Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker

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The latest game based on the popular anime series Naruto is coming to the West, with a twist on its usual format allowing 4-on-4 online battles. Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Strikers is coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System

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The Mini SNES is coming to Europe on September 29, with a new ‘Rewind’ feature revealed in this new trailer.

Need for Speed Payback

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Despite being the twenty-third installment in the Need for Speed racing game series, interest hasn’t dwindled and the series is looking as good as ever. Need for Speed Payback comes to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on November 10.

One More Dungeon

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This first-person roguelike game with procedurally generated levels and pixel art graphics is coming to the Nintendo Switch, PS Vita and PS4.

PES 2018

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Besides the FIFA series of games, PES is the biggest football game series in the world, with this year’s version launching on September 12 for PS4, Xbox One, PC, 360 and PS3.

Phantom Doctrine

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An alternate history thriller describing itself as a ‘tactical Cold War espionage’ game, Phantom Doctrine is coming to PC and consoles in 2018.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

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The battle royale shooter phenomenon finally jumps from PC to consoles, with a timed exclusive Xbox One release coming later this year.

PlayStation 4 – Limited Edition Gran Turismo Sport console

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A Limited Edition Gran Turismo Sport PS4 console has been revealed, launching on October 18 to coincide with the latest entry of the racing game series.

Project CARS 2

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Yes, there are a lot of racing games coming out. Featuring more than 180 cars and 60 tracks, Project CARS 2 will fights for your attention on September 22.

Pokkén Tournament DX

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The Pokémon fighting game from the Wii U is coming to the Nintendo Switch on September 22, with a demo releasing on the European eShop this Thursday.

ReCore Definitive Edition

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Xbox are giving ReCore another shot with a definitive edition releasing for Xbox One and Windows 10 on August 29.

Rise of the Tomb Raider

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One of the many games that will receive visual enhancements with the release of the Xbox One X is Rise of the Tomb Raider, though it perhaps doesn’t come across best in video form.

Rogue Trooper Redux

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A third-person shooter game from the PlayStation 2 era, Rogue Trooper is getting the remaster treatment on October 17 for the PS4, Xbox One and PC, with a Nintendo Switch release soon after.

RUINER

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A brutal action shooter set in the year 2091, RUINER is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on September 26.

Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash

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The Senran Kagura series has a very dedicated, niche audience for obvious reasons. Peach Beach Splash releases on September 22 for the PlayStation 4.

Shenmue III

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The much-anticipated second sequel to the Dreamcast classic, Shenmue III’s first teaser trailer contains some rather… awkward looking facial animations.

The Sims 4: Cats & Dogs

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The long-awaited pets expansion for The Sims 4 brings cats and dogs into the game, each with their own unique appearances and behaviours. The expansion launches on November 10 for PC.

Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 – The Sabotage

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A teaser trailer for a new single-player campaign DLC, coming to Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 on September 5.

South Park: Phone Destroyer

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Ubisoft are bringing a South Park real-time strategy game to mobile later this year, with pre-registration now live.

Splatoon 2

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Some new content has been revealed for Splatoon 2, with a new Turf War and Ranked Battle map coming this weekend, and a Salmon Run stage available today.

Star Wars Battlefront 2

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This latest trailer for Star Wars Battlefront 2 shows off the Starfighter Assault mode, letting players dual in space as well as on the ground. The game launches November 17 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Sword Art Online 5: Fatal Bullet

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Teased by Bandai Namco as #Projekt1514, the next installment in the Sword Art Online series of games is due to release in early 2018.

Unruly Heroes

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Unruly Heroes is a platformer incredibly reminiscent of Rayman Legends, which makes it worth keeping an eye on alone.

World of Tanks

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Having hit the Xbox One already, World of Tanks is set to receive the Xbox One X treatment in the form of true 4K and general improvements.

Xbox One S – Minecraft Limited Edition

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Adult gamers may turn their noses at a Minecraft-themed Xbox One S, but it’ll most likely appeal to the kids demographic it’s aiming for with its blocky exterior and thematic controllers. It releases on October 3 for £349.99.

Xbox One X – Project Scorpio Edition

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The Xbox One X, Microsoft’s upgrade to the Xbox One that touts itself as ‘the world’s most powerful games console’, launches on November 7 at a cost of £450. Those lucky enough to nab a ‘Day 1 Edition’ will get the limited Project Scorpio Edition.

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