30+ Games To Be Shown at Gamescom: ONL 2022
Gamescom 2022 is approaching fast and you can find 6 full days of announcements to check forward to. To kick everything off, day among Gamescom will feature Geoff Keighley’s Opening Night Live, but in-person this time around! Opening Night Live, or, Gamescom: ONL employs Geoff Keighleys Summer Game Fest that happened in June, which covered its exciting announcements like TLOU remake for PS5. Summer Game Fest may have covered game trailers and gameplay in June, but Tuesday’s Opening Night Live showcase may also feature more game announcements, world premieres, and much more on an enormous stage!
Even though event is in-person this season (in Germany), it has online elements and methods to stream through the entire 6 days, so start to see the details below on which you may expect for the initial day of Gamescom.
What things to Expect from Opening Night Live 2022
Gamescom: ONL can last around two-hours and show over 30 games, again, including gameplay footage and world premiere reveals.
Which Games WILL UNDOUBTEDLY BE Covered?
Keighley has confirmed you will have ONL announcements round the following games:
- The Outlast Trials
- Gotham Knights
- On top of Life
- Honkai Star Rail
- Hogwarts Legacy
- The Callisto Protocol
- The Expanse: A Telltale Series
- Dying Light 2: Bloody Ties DLC
- Sonic Frontiers
- Go back to Monkey Island
- Goat Simulator 3
- + A fresh game by Subnautica developers
Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) August 17, 2022
How exactly to Watch Gamescom Opening Night Live
Opening Night Live begins on Tuesday, August 23, 2022 at 11am PT/2pm ET/8pm CEST and can last about 2 hours. After it wraps up, we’ll be recapping the largest announcements with interviews, deep dives and exclusive reveals. IGNs Opening Night Live After Show will start at 12: 30pm PT/3: 30pm ET/9: 30pm CEST.
It is possible to stream Opening Night Live and all Gamescom 2022 footage at the following places:
- IGN.com (homepage)
- IGN’s Twitter
- IGN’s Twitch Channel
- IGN’s YouTube Channel
- IGN’s iOS App
- IGN’s Android App
- IGN’s Xbox One App
- IGN App for Android TV
- IGN App for Amazon Fire TV
- Apple TV
- IGN1 on Samsung TV Plus
- Pluto TV
For the rest Gamescom, IGN has you covered. Keep tuned in for more gaming news!