The Game Awards is set to take place on December 8, with it will come new game announcements, reveals, and more. Although Geoff Keighley has said the event could be much shorter than previous years, there will surely be some good announcements.
Here are six games we should see at The Game Awards that have yet to be officially confirmed.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor should be making an appearance at the event. We understands that the game will feature a new trailer and release date and have its pre-orders become available.
Last Friday, EA updated its social media accounts to feature the new Star Wars Jedi: Survivor logo, suggesting that information is imminent.
505 Games New IP
505 Games and Epic have been teasing a game reveal for The Game Awards, but details on what the game could be are scarce. We have heard rumors of what the game entails, but we can only report that the game is a new IP.
Official details on the game are slim, but we know that the game is codenamed “Project Care Bear” and will take place in a city called Rockay City.
According to sources, the game looks fantastic and features a very impressive cast of people.
Final Fantasy XVI
Final Fantasy XVI would be revealed before or during The Game Awards. Soon after our report, the game was rated in Brazil, suggesting that some form of an announcement will be made soon.
Next Thursday, #TheGameAwards is humbled to welcome Naoki Yoshida, producer of @finalfantasyxvi, to the show for a very special live presentation!— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) November 30, 2022
Watch the free global livestream at https://t.co/u70K4kSdGZ starting at 7:30p ET/4:30p PT pic.twitter.com/Gc6Ix4BADF
On November 30, Geoff Keighley tweeted that Naoki Yoshida will be showing a “very special live presentation” at The Game Awards.
We understands that some Diablo 4 news will be shared by the media before the event, with media and influencers getting hands-on with the game.
During a behind-the-scenes presentation, Rod Fergusson told attendees there would be some announcements at the show. You can read more about our report here.
Death Stranding 2?
It’s almost an open secret that Hideo Kojima will be at The Game Awards this year as the developer mastermind continues to tease his new game.
Kojima him]self said last year that he would be at The Game Awards this year, so it’s only a matter of a couple of days before we hopefully find out what he’s been working on.
Tekken 8 was “leaked” to be appearing at The Game Awards several days ago after Twitter user @AvoidThePuddle posted a Tekken 8 T-shirt with promotional material telling people to tune into The Game Awards. As far as what will be announced, it is anyone’s guess.