Spiders' upcoming action RPG, due out in June, will be showcasing a new trailer at The Game Awards in a couple days' time.
In response to recent criticism, producer and host Geoff Keighley confirms that the under-fire company won't be involved in the event.
The Game Awards producer and creator Geoff Keighley talks up the upcoming show, and teases what's in store where game announcements and updates are concerned.
The show's creator and producer Geoff Keighley says you can also expect to see "footage of games that will remind people that the best of this industry is still to come."
Another industry insider has suggested that Ninja Theory's upcoming Hellblade 2 could be shown off at The Game Awards.
Tomorrow's show will see Microsoft making new announcements.
BioWare teases the upcoming tease for its unnamed Dragon Age sequel.
Five episodes, planned as a cross-gen release.
There will also be a musical performance.
We might be getting a new Xbox-related announcement soon.
The show will stream live from three different locations this year.
Activision might be getting ready to graduate from remakes to sequels.
Control, Resident Evil 2, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate follow.
The power of Joker in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Activision may be looking to bring the beloved fan favorite kart racer to current gen.
I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as though millions of fans cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced.
Plus updates on already announced games, too.
Everyone, prepare yourself for another Death Stranding trailer that tells us absolutely nothing.
Time to start making predictions about what those announcements might be.
This is a welcome sign for the rapid growth of the gaming industry.