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Nordic Games get 300 METRES of space at Gamescom 2016!

Author: Lewis Mackin
01-Aug-2016

Category: News

Nordic Games will have a massive area at gamescom to show off 7 titles including Spellforce 3 and Elex. Nordic Games mostly specialises in RPG and RTS title, Spellforce being a blend of both. This has excited people as we haven't seen a new Spellforce title in a long time.

A village shown on the Steam page of Spellforce 3
Nordic Games and EuroVideo show a bombastic line up full of novelties at this year’s Gamescom, Europe’s largest exhibition for computer and video games: In hall 8 at stand C20 Nordic Games presents seven upcoming titles, including world and European premieres. 

Piranha Bytes‘ newest RPG highlight ELEX, the RPG/RTS-mix SpellForce 3 and the economic simulation The Guild 3 will be playable by the general public for the first time in Europe. As a world premiere Nordic Games presents the upcoming version of its karaoke hit We Sing for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Apart from that visitors can enjoy an upgraded and remastered version of the original first Darksiders that goes by the name of Darksiders Warmastered Edition, the JRPG Battle Chasers: Nightwar and the console port of the co-op hit Warhammer: End Time – Vermintide.

As Nordic Games focuses on the P.C platfrom a lot of these games will be availible on Steam in 2017, however it is nice to see that there are console ports also. Gamescom is a large even in which Game Journalists and the General Public can have exclusive access to upcoming games, some of which we have never been seen before. This is a very exciting and busy even, which will bring lots of gaming news about. 

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http://www.nordicgames.at/
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