The 10 Best Video Games of Gamescom 2015

2. Fallout 4


If one thing is clear, is that Bethesda’s role-playing games are big, in the literal sense of the word. The likes of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim are still being played to this day and have an active community of users that are even producing all sorts of extra content for it (the Xbox One version of Fallout 4 will support user mods by the way). So is should come as no surprise to gamers that the highly anticipated Fallout 4 will be a rather big game, and lead producer Jeff Gardiner has stated that after 400 hours of gaming, he still has not seen everything the game has to offer.

And Bethesda has also vowed to fix one of Fallout 3’s annoyances, namely the fact that players could not continue playing after finishing the game’s main quest (although the rather good Broken Steel DLC for Fallout 3 got rid of this hard ending). All in all, Fallout 4 is certainly one of the most eagerly awaited games of the year and given Bethesda’s track record gamers should surely expect another epic role-playing experience when Fallout 4 debuts this fall.

Release date: November 10, 2015. Available on PS4, Xbox One and PC.