Ah, The Game Awards. The event where we can all come together as one in peace and harmony and celebrate our favorite thing, video games! Oh, who am I kidding? Its the event where we all cry about the nominations and snubs before hand, have HAWT TAKES on Twitter during, and laugh about after. The one thing that The Game Awards have brought us over the past few years though, are some pretty cool announcements for what we can expect in the coming year. This year was no exception, and we have a slew of titles and trailers to bring you.
Nintendo had a HUGE showing at The Game Awards this year. Starting off with the announcements that the second expansion for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is out NOW.
We also got confirmation that Bayonetta 1 and 2 are coming to the Nintendo Switch in 2018! Bayonetta 3 was also revealed to be in the works for the Nintendo Switch as well.
A game based on World War Z is on its way. While it seems to be based on the movie and not the book (disappointing) it doesn't look all that bad. We REALLY want a version based on the book, game publishers. K? Thanks.
Remember Job Simulator? Well, we're getting another wacky VR title from the same developer; Vacation Simulator!
From Software teased their next title...Sort of. "Shadows Die Twice", the video text read. Well, knowing From Software, I'll probably die more twice.
The creators of Firewatch have announced their newest title, In The Valley of Gods, a game where you will get to explore the tombs of Egypt. Releasing in 2019, it looks promising but we'll need to see more before we go full HYPE.
Soul Caliber VI is coming in 2018! ...Yeah...That's a thing you know now!
We got an extended look at Hideo Kojima's weirdly beautiful Death Stranding. Its impossible to tell if this will end up being GOTY or headed straight for the discount bin when it releases, but we're intrigued, man.
Witchfire is a new monster shooter from the company that brought you Bulletstorm. It looks a bit camp and the joke at the beginning was pretty good. We'll bring you more on this one as we get it for sure!
We got another look at E3 darling, A Way Out which looks even better than it did at E3 (if that's possible) and the absolute enthusiasm of the games director Josef Fares was one of the best moments of the evening.
And finally, 2017 runaway hit of the year PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds showed off its new desert map. Which looks like PUBG...in the desert!
All in all, it was a solid year for announcements at The Game Awards. We're looking forward to bringing you more information on the announced titles into 2018 and beyond. What do you think? Were the announced titles enough to keep you interested or were you hoping for more?