Gamescom 2023 Day 3 Highlights: Path of Exile 2, Deathground and More
The exhilarating world of Gamescom 2023 still has a lot to offer as we step into day three. We continue to see the latest innovations, trailers, and gameplay reveals for brand-new IPs from well-known studios in the industry. On day three, we got to witness some exciting titles such as Path of Exile 2, Grime 2, Zenless Zone Zero, and more. Let’s recap some of the most electrifying moments from our favorite developers at this year’s Gamescom event.
Path of Exile 2 Showcased Gameplay for Druid, Huntress, and Warrior Classes
Path of Exile 2 showcased the much-awaited gameplay trailer for Druid, Huntress, and Warrior Classes which was narrated by Game Director, Jonathan Rogers. It showcased the game’s combat mechanics and the abilities of each class. Grinding Gear Games announced that the game’s closed beta will be released on 7th June 2024.
Other Trailer Releases on Gamescom Day 3
Killer Klowns From Outer Space: Official Gameplay Teaser Revealed
This 3v7 asymmetrical multiplayer horror game based on the iconic 1988 Sci-fi got an official gameplay teaser trailer. You can choose to take on the role of Killer Klowns who use unworldly abilities to hunt humans and harvest the population of Crescent Cove. Alternatively, you can choose to gather a team of citizens to fight back against this horrifying extraterrestrial threat.
The game’s planned release date is in 2023, but the developers are yet to reveal further details about it.
Deathground Featured an Official Gameplay Teaser Trailer
Deathground aims to continue the trend of survival horror games by adding terrifying dinosaurs to the mix. Developed by Jaw Drop Games, the game features both solo and co-op modes which pit players against a deadly horde of these primal creatures. The game will be available exclusively on Steam.
Off the Grid: A Story Focused 150-Player Battle Royale Makes its Debut
Gunzilla Games throws players in the middle of a corporate war where you battle it out among 150 players on a dystopian tropical island. It features a Cybperunk aesthetic blending both PvE and PvP elements which makes for an enthralling battle royale experience. Apart from the multiplayer, the game also features a 60-hour narrative campaign.
Zenless Zone Zero Showcased 21 Minutes of Gameplay
miHoYo’s upcoming ARPG has already got fans hyped up by showcasing the game’s fast-paced combat and comic-book-like storytelling elements. Following the studio’s previous titles like Genshin Impact and Honkai: Star Rail, ZZZ will also be available completely for free on Android, iOS, and PC.