It was announced today that this year’s Gamescom Opening Night Live will take place a couple of days later than everyone initially planned. Geoff Keighley, the event’s coordinator, confirmed today in a tweet that the show will stream digitally on August 27th through to August 30th. The Opening Night Live is the precursor to Gamescom and previously Keighley announced the all-digital show would go live on August 24th. Quick update: @gamescom Opening Night Live will now take place live on August 27 and kick off 3 days of @gamescom 2020. We’re planning a spectacular show that will also be the grand finale of @summergamefest More at https://t.co/KRzKTQeHcs pic.twitter.com/3gVEvG1so7 — Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) May 18, 2020 Also in a statement released today stated, “Since the world’s largest event for computer and video games cannot take place on location in Cologne this year due to the corona pandemic, digital formats and platforms are therefore being continually expanded. “From August 27 to 30, there will be lots of new shows, a greatly expanded Gamescom now platform as a content hub for all the latest insights and news, and digital devcom’s wide-ranging program for game developers and other trade visitors as well as so much more.” If you would like to read up on more of what is happening for Gamescom you can check it out here. Be sure not to miss out on any of the big news coming. Watch it live or stay tuned to Gaming Access Weekly’s coverage. Do you expect big things? What is one title you are hope is announced? Tell us in the comment section below.