The third and final MCV @ Gamescom magazine for this year's show in Cologne is available for you to read – for free – right now.
We go out with a bang in the last issue, featuring looks at some of this year's biggest hitters – Fallout 4, Star Wars Battlefront and Halo 5: Guardians, to name just a handful.
We also speak to Bethesda about its busy schedule for late 2015 and early 2016, ask Square Enix about its million-selling epispdic smash hit Life Is Strange, dig deeper into the big reveal for Microsoft's conference at this year's event – Halo Wars 2 – and even find out why Ark: Survival Evolved developer Studio Wildcard stresses out over putting feather on dinosaurs – really.
Steam Machines are also on our radar, as we did into the prospects for uniting the PC and console spaces in the battle for the living room.
If you missed the first two magazines in this year's terrific trilogy of publications, don't panic – you can still read them.
Head to the first MCV @ Gamescom Dailyto check out an interview with PlayStation Europe chief Jim Ryan, as well as an in-depth look at the prospects for virtual reality. There's also information onJust Cause 3 and the new Skylanders, plus Quantum Break and a chat with growing publishing force Team17.
Thesecond day's magazineincludes an interview with Xbox, where it claims that it has the perfect game for every country in Europe, as well as news about Rock Band 4 and Hellblade, a preview of Fallout 4 and an examination of the MOBA market as it stands today.