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Game Awards 2021 to feature ‘biggest lineup to date’ of world premieres and announcements

By on November 11, 2021 0


We’re now less than a month away from The Game Awards 2021, which is scheduled to air on December 9 from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. As anticipation grows as the date draws closer, creator and host Geoff Keighley teased the “biggest lineup to date” of world premieres and announcements in an interview posted to the Epic Games blog.

According to Keighley, there will be between 40 and 50 games showcased at the 2021 Game Awards, and the list of all-new titles could reach double digits. Some of these games will also showcase the power of next-gen hardware.

The Game Awards 2021 will take place on December 9

You know it’s great to have celebrities, it’s great to have music, but I think really focusing on games is important. What we really learned last year is ultimately it’s really the games and the trailers that drive the show. Especially this year, there will be a lot of content for 2022 and 2023 that will show us our kind of biggest lineup to date of world premieres and announcements.

I think in general because of the pandemic the developers are behind on their games, things are delayed, there is just a lot of churns. So I think we’ve benefited from the fact that we’re kind of a big event that people know is happening and people don’t have to physically fly anywhere to see it.

It’s definitely a very busy year in terms of the number of games we offer. We’re lucky that virtually every developer and publisher wants to have some level of content on The Game Awards 2021.

I still feel like we’ve kind of only scratched the surface of what’s possible on the PS5 and Xbox Series X, so I think you’ll see things in the series that are really quite amazing. . We will see images of games that will remind people that the best in this industry is yet to come.

Which games would you like to see more of at the 2021 Game Awards? Let us know below.