Sierra Entertainment, the developer and publisher of many classic PC games, is making some sort of comback. Activision, the company that owns most of Sierra’s old IPs, has released a teaser trailer foretelling an official announcement at Gamescom 2014.

Sierra once ruled the PC games market in the 1980s and 90s, with famous adventure series like King Quest, Space Quest, Gabriel Knight and Leisure Suit Larry (among many other).

In later years, Sierra published beloved games like Half Life, Counter-Strike, Homeworld and Crash Bandicoot.

Activision hasn’t revealed the intentions in has for the Sierra label. We don’t know whether it will resume developing games again, or focus on remaking old PC games for a new generation that never got to play them. As a little Mexican girl once said – why not both?

We’ll know more at Gamescom. In the meantime, you can go to the newly revived website.

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