The Game Awards 2023 is nearly here, which means it’s also the season of new game reveals. The show is famous for featuring some of the most significant announcements of the year, rivaling the status that E3 once held. The Game Awards has garnered tens of millions of viewers in recent years, making it one of the best times for studios to show off their titles to players. It only makes sense that this year will continue that trend, and it stands to be one of the most exciting years yet, with tons of high-profile games on deck for release in 2024.
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Geoff Keighley consistently capitalizes on his numerous connections in the industry to put on a show that players look forward to every year, one that celebrates games that have come out and those that are forthcoming. Some of the biggest games in recent years have been featured as world premieres during past The Game Awards ceremonies. Titles such as and debuted between awards, and notable trailers have been premiered for games like and, the GOTY winner for 2022. Given the number of previously rumored and teased games, The Game Awards 2023 is shaping up to host massive reveals.
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It would be an understatement to say that is the most anticipated game ever. Ten years after the release of, Rockstar has officially confirmed that is finally coming, with a trailer that is set to be shared in early December. The Game Awards is the biggest industry event taking place in that time frame, so it’s a safe bet to assume that will debut during this year’s show. However, Rockstar certainly doesn’t need to rely on external events to successfully release newRead more on screenrant.com