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505 Games announces its very first showcase

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On the program, 505 Games announces that several still secret games and projects will be unveiled during this event.

The Italian publisher 505 Gamesrenowned for publishing games like control Where Payday 2has just announced the holding of its first digital showcase.

A 100% 505 Games event

This event will take place online on the official Youtube channel from 505 Games from May 17 at 3 p.m.and will allow in particular to (re)discover upcoming games, but also to lift the veil on titles that have not yet been announced. For almost an hour, it is therefore the former presenter of MTV, Patrice Bouédibéla, who will host this showcase and will reveal to players the productions published by 505. According to the publisher, expect “content never seen before”, as well as “announcements and interviews from renowned developers”.

As 505 continues to grow, we thought it was important to celebrate the games and work of the developers we’re proud to work with. […] With this very first showcase, we are delighted to be able to present a handful of the titles which will arrive as early as 2022, or later. It’s an honor to know that players follow us and we can’t wait for them to discover what we have to offer them.

We can eventually expect to hear some news from Eiyuden Chronicles: Hundred Heroes, the highly anticipated JRPG developed by the daddies of Suikoden and whose prequel, Eiyuden Chronicles: Rising, was released recently. But why not also announcements around licenses like Assetto Corsa, released at the beginning of the year on PS5 and Xbox Series X, or even Ghostrunner, which also expanded last March. It must be said that 505 Games is a jack-of-all-trades publisher and that such an event has something to arouse curiosity, see you on May 17 to find out for sure.

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