Gamescom, which takes place annually in Germany, is increasingly becoming the destination for gaming announcements, especially for European regions, and this year won’t disappoint. With new consoles now well and truly starting to find their place in homes globally, a focus on games, rather than consoles, is expected at the 2014 show, with Microsoft, Sony, and others already teasing plenty of fresh gaming goss on social media.
But how on earth are you going to see these new games? Get out of the airport, silly, you can just stream it all for free.
So without further introduction, here’s your local streaming guide, with Australian Eastern times already covered. We’ll be updating it with links to streams. Otherwise, just stay tuned to TechGeek for the highlights.
Tuesday (August 12)
3AM: Call Of Duty: Multiplayer Reveal
10PM: Microsoft’s Press Conference (Link)
Wednesday (August 13)
3AM: Sony’s Press Conference (Link)
4AM: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain event (Link)
6PM: EA’s Press Conference