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New games coming to Epic Games Store, to be announced tomorrow at Gamescom 2019

Epic Games has announced that it will reveal tomorrow some new games that will be coming to its store. These announcements will be made during the Gamescom 2019 Opening Night Live event. Unfortunately, and other than that, we don’t have any additional details to share.

Now let’s speculate for a bit. A couple of days ago, a new rumour surfaced suggesting that Red Dead Redemption 2 will be announced for Stadia tomorrow. Not only that, but a PC version may be announced alongside the Stadia announcement. The PC and Stadia versions will target an October-December 2019 release (at least according to the rumour).

As such, it could be possible for Epic Games to strike a deal with Take-Two for this title. Some “leakers” earlier in April suggested this very same thing, so this could either be true or false.

According to some other rumours, a PC version of Death Stranding may be announced during this gaming event. Sony recently removed the game from its PS4 exclusive titles, so this is another game that could be exclusive to the Epic Games Store.

Furthermore, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 may also make its debut during this gaming event. As such, and given that this is STALKER we’re talking about, Epic Games may have offered GSC GameWorld an exclusivity deal.

Again, take the aforementioned rumours with a grain of salt. To be honest, I don’t expect Take-Two or Kojima Productions to announce the PC versions of their titles at Gamescom 2019. I really hope I’m wrong on this, however, you should definitely temper your expectations.

But anyway, it will be interesting to see what new games will be coming exclusively on Epic Games Store!

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