The Game Awards 2019: What to Expect, What Won't be There
December 3, 2019 at 12:52am
By Jason Stettner
The Game Awards is fast approaching and its set to once again be a showcase of the industry with various reveals. Some details surrounding what we'll see have already been confirmed and I thought it made sense to compile what to expect with the event. I'll also include what won't be there as some developers have already mentioned their titles won't be shown or that they won't have a presence there.
This is an annual event that has continued to grow and evolve. I personally felt it hit a fine note that last year after some rather awkward shows in the past. There are guest speakers, awards to hand out to various games and of course surprises. I would suggest keeping your expectations tame for larger reveals. The detailed lists of expectations are below and broken down into three categories. Oh, we've included our award nominations page below. We have a fan vote so check it out if you're not busy.
What to Expect
-Awards for Games and Industry
-Advertisements and Product Placement
-Green Day and CHVRCHES Performances
-Jumanji: The Next Level Presentation
-Ori and the Will of the Wisps
-A lot of Death Stranding
-The Elder Scrolls Online Content Reveal
-Ten Brand New Game Teases
You Might See
-Batman Arkham Sequel (It’s basically a running leak joke at this point)
-Crash Bandicoot Game (some rumors, and teases recently)
-Resident Evil 3 Remake
-Super Smash Bros. DLC or reveal
-The Last of Us 2
-Final Fantasy VII Remake
-Next Gen Console Reveals
That’s the break down, what would you like to see? We’ll be sure to add to this if any additional rumors of plausible information is revealed towards the start of the event.
Stay tuned for a live update article as well during the show when it does run. It’ll be interesting to see how this event turns out. You can view our selection of award nominations below, or check out the general awards hub for additional coverage.
Read our Video Game Award Nominations 2019
View our Awards Hub