The game events aren’t stopping anytime soon. We recently had the Gamescom 2020 which showed us a lot of upcoming game but there wasn’t anything that blew everyone’s mind. But the hopes are even higher because of the recent announcement which was about The Tokyo Game Show 2020 and its hype is through the roof because of the announcement of many games which will be shown at the show. These games include Xbox showcase, Resident Evil Village as well as Cyberpunk 2077. These three things already make the show interesting to watch.
The Tokyo Game Show release date has also been revealed, it will be a four-day event which will be starting on 24 September which has many big publishers that will be providing game updates and new announcements via TGS’s official streaming and video channels. Xbox will have a 50 minute Xbox Tokyo Games Show Showcase when its showcase begins. This move is very good because Xbox doesn’t have that much influence on the Japanese gaming market when compared to Sony.
Resident Evil Village (Credits: Capcom)
Xbox Head, Phil Spencer has said it many times that he wants to make a story foothold for Xbox in Japan which is going to be very tough with competition from monsters Sony and Nintendo. In an interview, Phil Spencer said that the market position of Xbox in Japan wasn’t acceptable and promised to do a much better job with the Series X launch in the region. One of the main steps towards it was that the upcoming console Xbox Series X would be releasing in Japan during the 2020 holiday season.
After Xbox, Square Enix will take the stage for another 50 minutes which will have many games and it will also include Platinum Games title Babylon’s Fall which was leaked on its website. The event will start streaming on 24 September. On. 25 September, Capcom will be showcasing one of the most anticipated games which are Resident Evil: Village. It was confirmed by the developers themselves in a blog post. Hopefully, the fans will get a glimpse of what to expect from the game as well as some more story details.
There are also going to be Bandai Namco, Konami, and surprisingly PUBG during the Tokyo Game Show. On top of this, there is a special Cyberpunk 2077 Night City Wire episode on 26 September. With Bandaid Namco joining the event we might finally get details on Elden Right which haven’t been talked about in quite some time and the fans are worried whether or not they will get any news on the game. This is the best event to reveal Elden Right because the event staked with announcements and all of the gaming community will have their eyes on it.
There is also Konami who hasn’t released any good game for a very long time but there were rumors about two Silent Hill game in development and one of them been a reboot. This was leaked by one of the trusted Twitter users whose most of the previous news have been correct. All of the horror fans are praying for it to be true and it will be amazing to play the franchise once again that defined the horror game genre.
Surprising PUBG will also be present there and there isn’t any clue to what there is going to be shown about that game. Tokyo Game Show live steams will begin on 24 September and this event will be a digital-only setup because of the ongoing pandemic. This time TGS will most likely have a lot of people watch the events as there will be much news about Resident Evil Village and Cyberpunk 2077 which allow is worth watching it.