Milano Games Week 2018, what to expect from the video game fair

From Friday, October 5 to Sunday, October 7, 2018 Milano Games Week, the most important video game fair in Italy, is back. Here are what surprises and what titles to expect

From Friday, October 5 to Sunday, October 7, Milan Games Week 2018, the most important fair for video games in Italy, is back. Last year the event was attended by almost 150 thousand people and for this edition with three new pavilions of 50 thousand seats are expected even more gamers, cosplay and fans of video games from all over Italy.

As per tradition in recent years great attention will be paid to eSports, the competitive electronic games that have now become a real fashion. To inaugurate the Milan Games Week this year there will be David Cage, the famous game designer author of Heavy Rain that in May launched "Detroid: Become Human" for PS4. Not only gamers, producers and famous cosplays from all over the world. At the event there will also be some sports, such as the Olimpia Milano basketball team, but also well-known faces from the show business as Diletta Leotta and Maccio Capatonda. But the scene, of course, will be all about the video games as it is normal that it is, with over 70 titles with 30 absolute hardware and software previews for Italy.

What video games we will find at Milan Games Week 2018

Different titles in absolute preview that we will see at the Milan event, among them Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Jump Force and The Dark Pictures - Man of Medan, Metro Exodus and RIDE 3. It will be very active Nintendo that for Games Week 2018 has planned to bring in its stands Pokemon Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go Eevee! in addition to titles related to Super Mario: Super Smash Bros Ultimate and Super Mario Party. Nintendo will also bring to Milan its Nintendo Labo kits, i.e. the modular accessories to challenge your friends to FIFA 19 or NBA 2K19. Among the most anticipated games, however, sicurmanete find Tom Clancy's The Division 2 by Ubisoft, as well as Days Gone, Dreams, Kingdom Hearts III and Hitman 2.

What to expect from PlayStation

The stand of Sony and PlayStation will be among the largest of the event with over 1200 square meters of dedicated area. The Japanese console will bring Marvel's Spider-Man and Gran Turismo Sport to Milan, but there will also be some previews including Days Gone and Dreams. There will also be plenty of space dedicated to families and younger children with corners featuring videogames from the Sony PlayLink series.

What to expect from Xbox

Microsoft will also be present at the Milanese videogame event with its Xbox and will bring its exclusive titles recently launched on the market. As for example Forza Horizon 4, the videogame related to the world of engines, and the adventure videogame Ori and the Will of the Wisps, playable for the first time in our country. Microsoft will also create an area dedicated to younger children with some of its games for kids such as Super Lucky's Tale, Disneyland Adventures, Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure and Zoo Tycoon: Ultimate Animal Collection.