24 Entertainment Announces the F5 Games Show

Friday, July 24th, 2020

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Development studio, 24 Entertainment, has unveiled the F5 Games Show. The Chinese studio was founded by a group of industry veterans consisting of artists, engineers, and designers who want to introduce players around the world to Eastern cultures. According to the press release, the event will take place on Thursday, July 30th. It’s goal is to bridge the gap between the East and West, and to offer early insight into a number of  new titles for Western gaming media. The F5 Games Show will host some well known developers, and some less so. This includes names like Cube Game, Devolver Digital, FYOD-Studio, Indie Nova, Leiting Games, Pathea, TapTap, Thinking Stars, Zodiac Interactive, and of course more.

The online event will feature more than 30 individual titles, including some exclusive reveals and new footage that has never been seen before. You can also expect news about titles like ANNO: Mutationem, Bright Memory: Infinite, Hardcore Mecha, Taiwo’s Scroll, Pascal’s Wager: Deep into the Dark Mis and plenty more. Here is a list of the currently announced games for the show:

 

Developer

Games

24 Entertainment
  • Naraka Bladepoint
Another Indie
  • Drill Man Rumble
ByteDance
  • The Heroic Legend of Eagarlnia
  • Inked
ConchShip Games
  • The Scroll of Taiwu
Cube Game
  • JianPo
  • Songs of Wuxia
  • Yinghuo Weiguang
FYQD Studio
  • Bright Memory: Infinite
Gamera
  • Firework
  • Starena
Heybox
  • I Wanna be the Creator
Indienova
  • Devil Slayer: Raksasi
Kowloon Nights
  • Karma
Leiting Games
  • Hardcore Mecha
  • Tallowmere 2
NetEase Thunder Fire Studio
  • NightMare Breaker
Pathea Games
  • Ever Forward
  • Super Buckyball Tournament
Playism
  • Fight Crab
Sonkwo
  • Banner of the Maid
  • Surmount
SpaceCan
  • Juicy Realm
Spikewave Games
  • Evotinction
TapTap
  • Clocker
ThinkingStars
  • ANNO: Mutationem
  • D.E.E.P.: Battle of Jove
TipWorks
  • Pascal’s Wager: Deep into the Dark Mis
Zodiac Interactive
  • Tales of the Neon Sea

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