On August 24, the Future Games Show Powered by Mana will be hosted by Christopher Judge (Kratos) and Danielle Bisutti (Freya) from the God of War series. They will be showing off 50+ games over 75 minutes, including 10 world premieres. After the show, head over the Future Games Show Steam page for a virtual show floor and playable demos.
Here are some of the games already confirmed for the Future Games Show:
- Layers of Fears, a first-person psychedelic horror chronicle,
- The Devil in Me, the latest game in The Dark Pictures Anthology
- Lightyear Frontier, a relaxing exploration farming adventure
- Ereban: Shadow Legacy, a fast-paced stealth platformer
- Goat Simulator 3, a legendary sandbox adventure game
- The Chant, a cosmic horror action-adventure game
- Deliver Us Mars, an atmospheric sci-fi adventure
- Stray Blade, an All-new action RPG
- A Little to the Left, a Cozy puzzle game
Broadcasting on all major streaming platforms, viewers can set a reminder for the Future Games Show on GamesRadar’s YouTube channel so they don’t miss any of the action. Keep up with all the action and latest news this week via GamesRadar, Twitch, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and the dedicated Future Games Show Twitter.
How to watch the Future Games Show
The Future Games Show Powered by Mana will kick off on Wednesday, August 24 at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT / 7 p.m. BST.
Tom’s Guide will, of course, work to bring you the biggest and best gaming announcements from gamescom, as well as any thoughts we have on what games you should be excited about. In the meantime, check out Sony's big gamescom 2022 announcement from opening night — its answer to the Microsoft Elite controller.
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