SEGA Reveals Line-up For Gamescom 2018

Sega has announced its games lineup for the upcoming Gamescom 2018, an event held annually in Cologne, Germany.

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This year there will have a lot of playable titles from Sega, together with a big debut for Football Manager 2019.The Gamescom 2018 which runs from August 21 through August 25, there are a few interesting titles which attendees could play at the Deep Silver booth, such as Total War: Three Kingdoms, Team Sonic Racing, Valkyria Chronicles 4, Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise, Persona 3 Dancing in the Moonlight, and Persona 5 Dancing in the Starlight.

Sega has been appointed as the official Bundesliga partner for Football Manager 2019 and fans could even get a few answers from ESPN Football Journalist, Raphael Honigstein. There will be freebies as well, however, Football Manager 2019 game will not be available at this event.

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