Today is Geoff Keighley’s 4th annual video game awards show, celebrating and recognizing the gaming industry’s biggest achievements.
The awards show is also dedicated to debuting new trailers for big titles and even some announcements for new game titles.
We can already expect PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds to debut gameplay on their new desert-themed map. We can also expect another appearance of Death Stranding as a trailer for Hideo Kojima’s big project was shown off last year and he along with Normal Reedus and Guillermo del Toro.
Here are all the trailers shown off at The Game Awards 2017. This article will be updated to include each trailer as they come out.
World War Z
From the creators of Job Simulator, one of the break out games to come out of VR, comes Vacation Simulator. It looks to be much of the same as its predecessor where you interact in a world where robots have automated everything.
It’s coming 2018 for PSVR, Oculus, and VIVE.
Accounting is coming to PSVR in the form of Accounting + with more content than before.
The game comes from William Pugh the creator of The Stanely Parable and Rick and Morty creator Justin Roiland and was released before on the VIVE.
It’s coming December 19.
From Software Teaser
The creators of Dark Souls teased their next project in a 30 second trailer. Is it Bloodborne 2 or something else entirely?
In the Valley of Gods
The new game from the creators of Firewatch is coming in 2019. It seems to be very narrative focused and has two people exploring a world, similar to the team’s previous game.
The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild DLC 2: The Champion’s Ballad
The new DLC for Breath of the Wild will go into the backstory of the game from before Link woke up. We’ll also get a motorbike known as the Master Cycle Zero if you complete all the challenges in the DLC.
It is available tonight.
The latest Soulcalibur game is coming 2018 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Bayonetta 3 is coming exclusively to the Switch. In addition, the critically acclaimed Bayonetta 1 & 2 are coming from the Wii U to the Switch in February 16, 2018.
Fade to Silence
From the creators of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter as well as Painkiller and Bulletstorm comes a first person shooter.
A Way Out
Coming 2018. More can be seen from the game during the PlayStation Experience.
PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds New Desert Map
A Left 4 Dead style four player co-op game from the creators of Payday and its sequel.
The third game in the Metro series based on the best-selling novels is coming Fall 2018.
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