When we asked executive producer Nouredine Abboud about the feature, he gave us a very teasing answer.
We got to test out the tutorial for Ubisoft's upcoming open-world game, and see what's new this time around.
Worried that your friends might not be able to tag along when the franchise's first raid launches? No need to worry, as players around the world will be able to help.
Executive producer Nouredine Abboud explained that, while Wildlands was about the world, this is about the characters within it.
Alissa White-Gluz is playing the new character, and we can experience this when the game releases this month.
He'll be the cover star of the Ultimate Edition, but he also has several impressive cards as well.
The reboot from id Software gets a trip back in time, making it look like the originals of yesteryear.
Killmonday Games' title in the same universe as Fran Bow also has a brand new trailer to tease the adventure.
The sequel was available for a hands-on at E3, but we got to sample it yet again in Cologne last month.
The Coalition's studio head Rod Fergusson has shared more details on the game ahead of its imminent launch.
You'll need to be a certain level to access the expansion this month, and there's an incentive to helping people out.
You'll still be able to see your customised character in the inventory and while driving though.
The 2D platformer will also be getting 60 Tonics as well, changing how the game plays and looks.
Brand manager Vincent Behaghel told us all about the drop-in, drop-out mechanics at Gamescom.
Several key players like JKap and Temp have already been signed to the agency, which has Andrew Drake as CEO.
The remaster is heading our way tomorrow, and we get a sneak peek before its re-arrival on PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.
The package releases on Nintendo's console tomorrow, and we've sampled all three games in the collection.
The game is based on a comic book series, although the story is unique to the game, as we heard at Gamescom.
Producer Keita Iizuka told us that the challenging game doesn't require you to know everything from the beginning.
Check out both the semis and finals right here on Gamereactor as we sort out the best from the rest.
11 bit Studios also told us that their goal is to "make games about things that stay with you after you've finished".
You have a lot of choice in where the narrative goes, including the option to absolutely "destroy society", as we're told at Gamescom.
Spyro and pals have landed in Crash's racing game, and we tried out the new track in Time Trials.
The Explorer Update is landing this week though, introducing jetpacks and in-game cameras for those on PC and Xbox One.
This Wraith-themed event has a Town Takeover, not to mention challenges and rewards to earn as well.