The huge event won't be taking place physically, but fans will be able to tune in to an online version to check out some fresh new announcements and demos.
With so many exciting games on the horizon, Gamescon is sure to be an event to remember.
A number of games that were set to release have been pushed back due to the pandemic.
The event is an opportunity to reinvigorate fans and get them excited despite the disappointment of delays.
Here's everything we know about the show so far.
When is Gamescom 2020?
Gamescom 2020's digital-only event will kick off on August 27 with an opening live stream from Geoff Keighley, host of the Game Awards.
The event will run until August 30, with a variety of streams to tune into. Check out the schedule below.
How Can You Watch Gamescom 2020 Online?
No platforms have been confirmed yet, but there's a strong chance it'll be available on Twitch, YouTube, and potentially Mixer too.
Which Games Will We See?
Being a European event, there's a strong possibility we'll see FIFA 21 in some shape, too, and with new consoles on the horizon, it could be the last big showcase for Microsoft and Sony to argue their case for your hard-earned cash.
We'll update this page as we hear more, so be sure to check back.
10 Biggest Games We Expect To Hear About
10 Biggest Games We Hope To Hear About
There are a number of games that have been announced in the past and we've yet to hear much about since as well as a few that we are expecting to see announced in the near future.
Here's our list of games we would like to hear about:
Which Publishers Will Be At Gamescom 2020?
The full list of Gamescom 2019 attendees can be found here - we expect a reduced number, due to the fact that the event is online only.
However, considering there are no physical events taking place this year, we expect many of the big publishers to be involved.