Sega will announce a new triple-A title at Gamescom, but it is not from the Total War devs


Gamescom 2019 gets underway in just a couple of weeks, and we’re beginning to study a bit much more about what we will – and will not – get to see as element of the show. Now, Sega announced that it will have a new triple-A title to show at the convention, and when we do not have a great deal clue about what it’ll be, we do at least know it will not be a new Inventive Assembly game.

Sega says in a press release that guests to its Gamescom show “will be treated to a initially-hand appear at an all-new AAA game that has however to be revealed to the public.” Sega is also listed among the publishers appearing at Gamescom’s Opening Evening Reside occasion, so possibilities are very good that the game will be announced there. That show begins on August 19 at 11:00 PDT / 14:00 EDT / 19:00 BST.

Soon after the news hit the Total War subreddit earlier nowadays, lead neighborhood manager Grace Carroll confirmed that it is not a Inventive Assembly game. That guidelines out each a new Total War title, as effectively as an official reveal for Inventive Assembly’s new IP. Job listings recommend it’ll be a hero-primarily based shooter from the Alien: Isolation group, but that is all we know for the foreseeable future.

Sega’s catalogue is quite far-reaching these days, and involves every little thing from Sonic the Hedgehog and Yakuza to Dawn of War and Business of Heroes. That indicates there are a entire lot of games this could be – and that is not even counting new IP.

Other Gamescom certainties consist of the information that we will not see Elden Ring or something from Blizzard there. As for what in fact will be at the show, I guess we’ll locate out sometime ahead of it begins on August 20.


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