The Game Awards Will Have More Than 10 New Game Announcements

Plus updates on already announced games, too.

Posted By | On 27th, Nov. 2018

Geoff Keighley had already teased the extent of new game announcements for the upcoming Game Awards show next month. However, now he has clarified on the extent of new stuff fans can look forward to if they tune in. Posting on Twitter, Keighley, who produces the show every year, said that there will be more than 10 new game announcements at the event, as well as updates on several already announced games too.

Of course, not all new games will be major, show stopping AAA productions. It’s likely that some, even most, of them are smaller scale indie games. However, even those can be exciting (plus we’re likely to get at least some new major AAA announcements, too). As for what games that are already announced, which could get some updates at the event, the sky’s the limit, though we know Nintendo has previously teased Metroid Prime 4 for the event. Plus, you can bet your bottom dollar Kojima will have some new cryptic trailer to share for Death Stranding, too

Whatever these games are, Keighley has promised to share some teases in the coming days, so hopefully things become clearer then. The Game Awards will air on December 6, and we will be covering it live, so make sure to tune in.


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