Summer Game Fest 2022: all news and trailers

Summer Game Fest 2022: all news and trailers

Summer Game Fest hosts Geoff Keighley warned fans to lower their expectations for today’s livestreamed event, which starts several days with demos and events. And in fact, the show did not have many big revelations – especially since one of its biggest announcements, one PlayStation 5 remake of The last of usleaked just before the show.

But Summer Game Fest managed to introduce a couple of surprises and new gaming for next year’s big titles. Also, for some reason, involved a lot of outer space.

If you did not attend the show, you can see the biggest announcements below.

A new Aliens the game will come next year

Alien and Aliens games, to put it mildly, vary in quality. And we do not know much about Aliens: Dark Descent, a recently announced part of the franchise. (It’s probably not related to Frictionals Amnesia: The Dark Descent.) Developer Tindalos Interactive describes it as a troop-based action game in which you command a group of colonial marines against xenophobes and a new, unknown enemy. The game is scheduled to be released on current and next generation PlayStation and Xbox consoles, plus PC, 2023.

We’ve already seen a trailer for Callisto Protocola survival horror game made by Striking Distance Studios, whose members worked on the original Dead space. But today’s event gave us a closer look at the game. The project seems to be heavily channeled Dead Space’s survival horror style, with sinister monsters, a plasma cutter-like weapon and horrible death animations for your character. As previously announced, the game will be released on December 2.

A new level from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II are months away released on October 28, and Summer Game Fest shed a little more light on what we will find there, showing a complete review of a level. The video shows players boarding a ship to neutralize a missile and survive a storm, which highlights the game’s water and wind physics.

Classic platform game Flashback will get a sequel

Flashback helped establish the cinematic platform game genre in 1992, and 30 years after its launch it gets a sequel. The sequel is being developed by the French studio Microids, and it will apparently be available for the current and next generation PlayStation and Xbox consoles, Steam and Nintendo Switch in the winter of 2022. That’s all we know! You can check out a teaser above for a sense of the atmosphere.

Ubiquitous games voice actor Troy Baker and Red Dead Redemption 2: s Roger Clark lends his votes to Fort Solis, a recently announced game from the independent studio Fallen Leaf. Baker describes Fort Solis as a “tight thriller” and “Dead space meets Duncan Jones Moon,“And it’s apparently a fast-paced narrative game set in a remote mining outpost in March. Its trailer says it will be released on Steam.

Robot horror game Routine was delayed by a decade, but it’s back

Routine appeared for the first time all the way in 2012 and promised a scary horror atmosphere on a spaceship populated by dangerous robots. Then it was printed back year after year as a relatively inexperienced team tried to complete it. Now it has a new trailer, which shows that it will come to PC, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One and Xbox Game Pass at an unknown date.

Frost Giant Studios founded by former Blizzard developers, including veterans from Star Craft and Warcraft real-time strategy series, and just unveiled its first title: a sci-fi-plus-demon RTS called Stormgate. Stormgate is intended to “remain true” to the classic RTS formula. But it is intended to be more accessible and use a free-to-play model without including pay-to-win mechanics or cryptocurrencies. You can see a short trailer above.

Golf Club: Wasteland developer Demagog’s new title High water is an “adventure strategy game set in a world ravaged by extreme climate change,” according to Keighley. At Game Fest, we got a colorful yet melancholic trailer about characters navigating a flooded city called Alphaville, showing off parts of the game’s exploration and turn-based battles.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns is coming on October 7th

Firaxis Games’ Marvel’s midnight sun where announced last year at Gamescom, and now we have an official release date: October 7th. If you forgot, it’s a tactical role-playing game set in the “darker side of the Marvel Universe”, and you can see some new images above.

Naughty Dog’s big news actually leaked before the Summer Game Fest: that’s it releases a remake of The Last of Us Part I for PlayStation 5 on September 2 and a version for PC is under development. But it also teased a new project: a multiplayer-focused game that should be as big as its single-player titles and contain a story that is “very unique” to the game. As Naughty Dog co-president Neil Druckmann describes above, the project began as one The Last of Us Part II multiplayer mode. Then it expanded to its own – not yet named – game. A piece of concept art suggests will take place in a post-apocalyptic San Francisco, and it has “a whole new character.” For now, that’s about all we know, with more news promised next year.

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