VGX 2013: This Edition Will Have The Most Video Game Premiers in Award Show History

VGX All Day, All Digital BingeHere's the full rundown of what exclusives you'll be expecting to see during Saturday's big show, plus a few extra surprises! For more:

Spike TV’s annual Video Game Awards spectacular is known for showing off the biggest and brightest games for the future. This year’s awards show not only comes with a name change (VGX), but it also comes with some super exciting news – this year’s edition will feature the most video game demos and premiers in awards show history.

First up is the news sorrounding Square Enix’s plans for the big show. Two new game trailers from the game developer/publisher are on hand to make an appearance during the show. Karl Stewart, marketing VP of Square Enix Europe and North America, took to Twitter to tease fans about what’s being planned on behalf of his company:

Geoff Keighley conversed with some of his Twitter followers and released some details on what’s going down at VGX 2013. It sounds like this show is going to be packed with new trailers and games:

Tom Clancy’s The Division is making an appearance during the live feed:

Ubisoft also unveiled a new teaser trailer that hints at the revolutionary gameplay mechanics that will get added to The Division:

Snowdrop Engine Teaser | Tom Clancy's The Division [US]On December 7th at 6PM EST / 3PM PST, discover what powers a true Next Gen game at with Spike VGX. Tom Clancy's The Division will be released on PS4, Xbox One and PC. —– Official website: Facebook page: Twitter: Google+: Forums:

The next tweet alludes to new footage being shown for Assassin’s Creed, Watch Dogs and an unannounced Ubisoft IP:

Sony’s PS4 exclusive, The Order: 1886 may (or may not) show up, too:

Tim Schafer’s Broken Age may pop up for a new trailer as well:

Several new games are going to debut:

Along with these good news, there’s a slew of disappointing news reveals that Geoff tweeted out. It looks like we won’t see any new footage regarding the newest Final Fantasy games:

The next-gen Mad Max game isn’t showing up, either (dang…):

Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break won’t be shown during those live demo showcases:

And Wolfenstein: The New Order and Sony’s The Last Guardian won’t be showing up, either:

So there you have it, gamers! Make sure you hit up to check out our live stream of the VGX 2013 awards show on Saturday, December 7, beginning at 6:00 PM ET/3:00 PM PT.

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