Gamescom 2019 is shaping up to be quite the event this year, with news from a dozen or so publishers pledged during the event’s Opening Night Live showcase. Part of the lineup is SEGA, and it’s since confirmed that it will be treating attendees at the German convention to a “first-hand look at an all-new AAA game that has yet to be revealed to the public”.
Exactly what the title will entail remains unclear. While many will be hoping for a Jet Set Radio or Virtua Fighter reprisal, our guess is that this is Creative Assembly’s previously teased first-person shooter project. There’s also the possibility of a new Alien game, although the publisher’s generally seemed reluctant to follow-up on the excellent Alien: Isolation.
Elsewhere, the company will be showing off Catherine: Full Body Edition and the PlayStation 4 port of Two Point Hospital. We’re particularly excited about the latter, so hopefully the firm can nail down a release date during its time in Cologne.