The PlayStation Gamescom press conference was packed wall-to-wall with updates on previously announced games, new title announcements and more. Amidst all of the jibba-jabba, quite a few trailers were paraded in front of the audience, including fresh looks at the inFamous: First Light, Driveclub, The Order: 1886, Tearaway: Unfolded and Until Dawn. Check them out here in one convenient location.

First up is inFamous: First Light, the new trailer for which you can see at the tippy-top of this here post. The team at Sucker Punch announced during the 2014 E3 presentation that the first major bit of DLC for inFamous: Second Son, would actually be a standalone group of chapters centering on the origin story for Abigail “Fetch” Walker. Along with the shiny new trailer, the team also let slip that we can look forward to this most recent trek into the world of super-powered human on Aug. 26 for 15 bucks.

Arriving later this year for the PlayStation 4 will be the ambitious racing simulator, Driveclub, originally slated to be a launch title for the new console. It’s taken about a year longer than originally planned, but it looks like all of that extra time has been poured into refining Driveclub’s suite of features, including the newly revealed online challenges, shown off in the Gamescom trailer above.

For those of you who feel like the weaponry and the gear in The Order: 1886 felt a bit anachronistic, it turns out that’s because all of those wonderful toys have been developed by a scientist who was well before his time in this world. Check out the new trailer above, then visit the PlayStation Blog for all of the latest details on The Order’s latest team member, Nikola Tesla.

Easily one of my favorite Vita experiences, I was sad to hear that not a heck of a lot of people dipped into Media Molecule’s Tearaway when it launched for the portable device last year. Well, now even more people will have the opportunity to discover the game’s charm, complete with rebuilt levels and controls and all new content for the PlayStation 4. Get ready to rip into Tearaway Unfolded.

Finally, who says horror is dead? Originally slated as a PlayStation 3 Move-focused game, Until Dawn basically disappeared from existence last year, never to be heard from again. Until Gamescom 2014, that is. Not only is Until Dawn back, but it’s looking better than ever. The Move support appears to have been ditched as the team at Supermassive Games have rebuilt the upcoming horror experience for the PlayStation 4.

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