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All Videos And Announcements Of The Future Games Show 2020

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Future Games Show 2020

Maybe in 2020, the crazy hustle that usually surrounds E3 is not lived, but mouse and keyboard players have not been left without their ration of novelties: the Future Games Show has given the override to a PC Gaming Show especially loaded putting ahead dozens of announcements and news.

With Emily Rose and Nolan North serving as masters of ceremony, the Future Games Show 2020 has not only set its sights on desktop systems, but has remembered current and future consoles. It is the beauty of living this generational relay.

Without further delay, we offer you all the videos, announcements and games shown throughout the event


Quantum Error

Developed on Unreal Engine, Quantum Error seeks to be that first-person horror experience fans of the System Shock series always welcome with open arms. This summer we will know more about the project.


Dustborn

Developed by red thread games, the Norwegian studio responsible for Dreamfall Chapters, Dustborn offers an action-adventure game with an emphasis on narrative, bringing to the table a whirlwind of themes, science fiction, and moral dilemmas. Its arrival is planned on PC and next-generation consoles.


Ghostrunner

It is impossible not to be amazed by each new advance of Ghostrunner: brutal first-person action on behalf of One More Level and 3D Realms under the spell of the holograms and lights of Neon. We can play it this year on PC, as well as PS4 and Xbox One.


Call of the sea

Developed by Out of the Blue for Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Windows, Call of the Sea offers us an adventure set during the 1930s that combines puzzles and narrative, inviting us to discover the secrets of a mysterious paradise island in the South Pacific .


Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One

An investigative thriller inspired by the legendary Arthur Conan Doyle character, Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One presents us with the first adventures and cases of the ultimate detective through an ambitious open world in which crimes are ensured. Its launch is planned for PC and consoles.


Cygni: All Guns Blazing

Cygni: All Guns Blazing retains and updates the formula of classic shoot ’em ups and complements it with a spectacular appearance according to what we can expect from current games. It may not be one of those challenging bullet hell, but the truth is that it looks great.


Morbid: The Seven Acolytes

Morbid: The Seven Acolytes fuses three ideas in the same experience: Diablo’s action and level design , the playable experience of the Soulsborne and a pixelated appearance that, despite its dark fantasy setting, does not go unnoticed. A combination as curious as interesting.


Hot Shots Racing


The proposal for Hot Shots Racing is as straightforward as proposed to the player: frenetic races, lots of colors on the screen, and a modest amount of polygons for a fully arcade driving game that puts everything else fun.


Crystals

Cris Tales is much more than an RPG with a beautiful artistic section: each character, NPC, enemy, and kingdom has been given a past, but it will be our actions that determine their futures. By the way, you can already download the demo on Steam.


Liberated

After his time on Switch, Liberated comes to PC to continue blurring the line that separates comics and video games through an action experience that takes place between bullets.


Neon Abyss

Pixelated shooters we have seen a lot, but what Veewo Games offers us is crazy: Neon Abyss is a festival of bullets of a thousand shapes and colors that will test our ability with both thumbs (in case we play with control, of course) . It will come to PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC and you can already put it to the test on Steam.


Skater XL – The Ultimate Skateboarding Game

2020 is the year that roller skating returns to video games, and with Tony Hawk looming and Skate 4 is the absent mode, Skater XL will offer the alternative by giving a twist to the formula coined by Neversoft through physics and an unprecedented control system. The date: July 2020 on PC and consoles.


GTTOD: Get to the Orange Door

Andrew Smith presents a shooter as minimalist as it is frantic in which the intense neon lights will serve as a guide and reference when dealing with chaos and destruction. GTTOD: Get to the Orange Door l will be released this year to Xbox One and PC and its demo can now be downloaded on Steam.


Waking

Jason Oda presents an action title that, at the same time, seeks to be an emotional adventure: our weapons to survive in a dream world will be our own memories and the people we love. Waking will arrive on June 18 on Xbox One and PC.


Space Crew

Are you passionate about Star Trek? Curve Digital has the perfect game for you: Space Crew will allow us to manage a space station and live picturesque intergalactic experiences typical of the cult series. Of course, with a casual touch that makes everything more enjoyable. It will arrive later this year on all platforms.


Maid of Sker

Based on the true story of Elizabeth Williams, Maid of Sker is a first-person psychological terror and stealth game in which we must explore the gruesome Casa Sker.

A cursed building, intimidating on the outside and even more on the inside as it is populated by creatures that will not be able to see us but will give us goosebumps. Of course, we had better not make noise: the sound of our breathing can cost us the game. It will hit PS4, Xbox One, and PC sometime in 2020.


Remnant: From the Ashes

Subjet 2923, the latest DLC from Remnant: From the Ashes, arrives loaded with new features: a new campaign seasoned with more weapons, more bosses, more quests, and more challenges. Its arrival is scheduled for August on PC and consoles.


The Captain is Dead

Captain is Dead makes his intentions very clear with his first preview: taking inspiration from science fiction series, Thunderbox Entertainment presents board game in the form of a video game. Of course, its visual section is a sonorous song of the 90s.


Main assembly

There are many ways to drive and Main Assembly wants you to have them all through a crazy and ambitious sandbox in which we can build robots and put them to create and pilot any kind of vehicle. Now available in Early Access on Steam for $20.


Blankos: Block Party

Blankos: Block Party is an MMO starring figure that comes to life in an environment that lends itself to being transformed. A platform? A shooter? The type of game is decided by the player on the go.


Last Oasis

In the Last Oasis, the Earth has stopped spinning, and the ability to move is the key to staying alive. The nomadic survival MMO reappears on the occasion of the Future Games Show 2020 through a new trailer in which in addition to the twisted machines of the game we will see totally new environments.


Wasteland 3

The release of Wasteland 3 is just around the corner, and inXile Entertainment further heats up the mood with a new teaser. The appointment: next August 28 will be played on PC, Xbox One and PS4.


Remothered: Broken Porcelain

Darril Arts and Stormind Games promise the horror game of the year, and the truth is that its trailer guarantees replacements and shocks if we play with the light off. Remothered: Broken Porcelain will be available on August 25 on all systems, both physical and digital.


Werewolf The Apocalypse

The World of Darkness appears for the second time in what we have been during the day, yes, the new preview of Werewolf The Apocalypse: Heart of the Forest is a simple teaser that summons us to July to learn more about the game. We’ll be alert.


Rouge Company

Rouge Company sports their third-person multiplayer shooter offering in a new teaser. the keys: it will be free-to-play, it will bet on cross play on PC and consoles (at 60 FPS even on Switch) and the progress we make will be shared among all platforms. By the way, you can already sign up for the alpha of the game.


Disintegration

The next thing for Halo Creative Director: Reach bets on both the single-player campaign and team multiplayer. The key: without giving up gunplay, Disintegration seeks to integrate elements of strategy in real-time into the experience. It is played from June 16 on PC, Xbox, and PS4 and you can already read our analysis.


Paradise lost

In Paradise Lost, the Second World War did not end in 1945. Cornered by the Soviet Union, the Nazi unloaded his entire arsenal in the spring of 1960 until turning much of Europe into an uninhabitable wasteland due to nuclear risk.

However, the nightmare seems to have not ended: 20 years have passed since the tragedy and our protagonist has discovered a huge bunker that hides a revealing secret about the Third Reich. Paradise Lost is coming to next-generation PCs and systems.


Operation Tango

Infiltrator or prodigious hacker? In Operation Tango the weaknesses of both will be necessary to fulfill the objective and, as far as possible, get out of a piece. A cooperative spy game to be played from 2021.


Kena: Bridge of Spirits

After leaving us impressed during the presentation of PS5, Ember lab offers us a new look at its very promising Kena: Bridge of Spirits. Adventure, intense fighting and elaborate environments with a special care. It is expected to hit PS5, PS4, and PC via the Epic Games Store in 2020.


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We had not heard from Rare about the development of Everwild for Xbox for a long time. So far, the game has kept a low profile, and the British studio has continued to work on its development while supporting Sea Of Thieves, which has become a real success.

Everwild continues with its development little by little, as explained by the director of Xbox Game Studios, Matt Booty. Booty has not gone directly to address the reasons that made the game change director in the middle of development. Still, he wanted to reassure fans by explaining the current situation.

This is how Everwild’s development progresses.

The guys at Rare are known for their ability to create new worlds and new IPs. I know well what they are working on and concepts like ‘development from scratch’ or ‘IP restructuring,’ expressed by outsiders at this title, are too short and extreme to describe what they are doing.

They are just trying to make sure they develop something unique. We’ve already shown a glimpse of that world, its art style, and all that, but we want everything to be done right, and if any changes are made to the gameplay, they will come as part of a more extensive creative process.

A development like a roller coaster

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As you can read, we will have to wait for Rare to show the game. Booty has defined development as a roller coaster, so we have to be patient and only watch the game when the time is right.

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Exposed problem with returns

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The problem was perfectly exposed by the premiere of Cyberpunk 2077, which, as we well know, turned out to be a total flop. Most sellers returned money for a virtually unfinished product. It was no different with Sony, which exceptionally also gave back the money for the pre-order and removed the game from PlayStation Store until it was patched to an acceptable level.

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Free Trials – The Perfect Remedy?

The free trial versions of the games seem to be an excellent solution to the problem of the PlayStation Store’s unattractive refund policy. This allows you to keep the current rules while treating customers better – finally, players will not buy a pig in a poke and will not be left on the ice when the product proves not to meet expectations.

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Activision already announced work on a new security system a few months ago, which would shorten the life of cheaters on Call of Duty: Warzone servers and the upcoming Call of Duty: Vanguard. We finally got to know the details of new technology with the catchy name “Ricochet”.

Ricochet as a recipe for cheaters?

CoD’s biggest problem has long been common and less common scammers who frustrate honest players by spoiling their fun. In Call of Duty: Warzone, the problem was so acute that the creators themselves finally spoke, announcing a fight with cheaters:

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Ricochet is a new kernel driver. This is to translate into faster cheater identification and better server security. The driver will only work on PC, but the developers reassure you – this will also translate into more comfortable gameplay on consoles (in duels between console and PC players).

The players have concerns

There have already been a lot of concerns on the web that the new security system will also hit fair players, which will result in other bothersome problems in the game or updates weighing several hundred GB. Others, in turn, believe that this type of security will be quickly broken anyway, and cheaters, as they were, will be.

There are also voices that the very name “Ricochet” obliges and the whole thing will certainly have a backlash on everyone – cheaters, players and the company.

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