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Everything Shown at the Tribeca Games Spotlight 2022

Updated: Jun 10, 2022 8:56 pm
Everything Shown at the Tribeca Games Spotlight 2022

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Tribeca runs a huge festival every year, and alongside that, you’ll get the Tribeca Games Spotlight 2022, a stream that shows off a bunch of great games. We’ll be covering the event live and bringing you all of the biggest reveals and updates from the show, with constant updates right here on this page.

Everything at Tribeca Games Spotlight 2022

You can check out the show for yourself live above, but we’ll also be constantly updating the list below with all of the games that are shown off at the show. You can also click through any links on the list to get more details on the biggest games revealed.

The Biggest Reveals at the Tribeca Games Showcase 2022

By far the two biggest games shown at the showcase were A Plague Tale: Requiem and Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course. A Plague Tale: Requiem is the sequel to 2019’s original rat-based plague simulator that took the world by storm with its interesting stealth/adventure gameplay. Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course is a brand new DLC pack for the popular run-and-gun shooter based around nostalgic “rubber-hose” animation from the 1930s.

We also got a closer look at some other smaller indie titles like Thirsty Suitors, an interesting take on a sort of relationship simulator that’s mixed with RPG-like gameplay. Another game of interest was Immortality, the latest FMV title from the people who bought you Her Story and Telling Lies. It looks like the latest game will be sticking closely to the style of the previous titles, though with more of an emphasis on adventure-game-like elements that will see you solving puzzles as well as scrubbing through live-action footage.

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