Summer Game Fest 2022: The Last of Us, Call of Duty and Marvel’s Midnight Suns headline the event

Summer Game Fest 2022: The Last of Us, Call of Duty and Marvel’s Midnight Suns headline the event


Even though one of its most significant reveals, a The Last of Us remaster, was leaked hours before Summer Game Fest was scheduled to go live, Geoff Keighley-led event still had much to offer gamers, even if it wasn’t up to their high expectations.

Keighley , a presumptive non-coffee-drinker, suggested that already announced games comprise a large portion of the broadcast. Titles like Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 or The Callisto Protocol featured in Sony’s State of Play showcase. Both showing gameplay.

The event featured will not be digital-only next Year. It also featured a wave space-based survival horror and a few indie games.

Geoff Keighley’s Event Still Delivers Cool Content Despite Leak

It was the final game selected to end Summer Game Fest with an explosive bombshell. However, many felt that The Last of Us Part One, which will be coming later in the year, was a disappointing choice due to circumstances beyond the control of the showrunners.

However, there was one aspect of the show that was criticized. It was the first half of the broadcast, which Summer Game Fest controlled. This was heavy on space-based sci-fi horror, with Fort Solis, Routine and The Callisto Protocol all appearing quickly.

Among the other contenders for spots was Street Fighter 6. Guile was revealed as a playable character and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, which will likely feature rainy gameplay.

The broadcast featured two highly anticipated superhero games, Marvel’s Midnight Suns and Gotham Knights. Both trailers showcased new trailers featuring a variety of caped and uncaped crusaders.

Surprisingly Goat Simulator 3 was the most talked about event. It seems that everyone was taken by surprise by the trailer for the Goat Simulator 3.

Both of the indie-focused showcases following Summer Game Fest received positive reviews. The Day of the Devs stream featured a lineup that included train-based horror games Choo Choo Charles and Breakfast. Devolver Digital’s showcase was dominated by door-kicking masterpiece Anger Foot and surreal skating title Skate Story.

Follow us for coverage of the next big event, gaming’s summer silliness. This Sunday, Microsoft’s Xbox and Bethesda showcases will take place.