Game Awards 2021: How to watch and what to expect.

Game Awards 2021 is almost here, and it looks like it will not only celebrate last year’s biggest games, but also share glimpses of the future with world premiere announcements and updates, not just on the PS5. On some of the most anticipated topics to go. , Xbox Series X / S, Nintendo Switch, PC, and beyond, but also games-based TV shows and movies.

IGN is taking this lead and, as always, this watch guide will provide you with everything you need to know to watch the show, including when it starts, a list of places that You can see it with us, and what you can expect to see. In the show.

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When are the game awards?

Game Awards 2021 will be held on Thursday, December 9., And will Starting at 4:30 pm PT / 7: 30pm ET With pre-show. If you are tuning in from the UK or Australia, the translation will be on Friday, December 10, at 12:30 am GMT / 10: 30am AEST. The main show will start after 30 minutes, once at the end of the pre-show.

Where to See Game Awards 2021

If you are interested in watching The Game Awards 2021, we will host the series here and on our many channels on platforms like YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, Facebook and more. Here is a complete list of places where you can watch the show with us:

What to expect in Game Awards 2021

Game Awards 2021 will once again be hosted by its creator Geoff Kegley, and it promises new game announcements with musical performances, including the Awards, First Sight World Premieres, and Game Awards Orchestra.

Speaking of world premieres and new game announcements, the event will announce the “double digit” number of new games. Kegley expects the show to feature a total of 40 to 50 games, “somehow”, including games to be released in 2022 and 2023.

Kegley also teased that one of them has been working on a global premiere, “with a developer for 2.5 years.”

Game Awards are exciting for a number of reasons, one of which is that it seems like almost anything can be announced. In the past, we’ve seen the unveiling of the Xbox Series X, a teaser for a new Mass Effect, an exciting new look at The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and more.

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There will also be game-based TV shows and movie trailers, meaning we can get another glimpse into HBO’s The Last of Us series or Tom Holland’s Uncharted.

One thing we do know is that the show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes, with Keighley confirming, “We’re not doing any NFT stuff.”

The show itself will once again be held in person and will only be invited, but those who wish to share the experience with their audience will have the opportunity to become an official co-streamer. You can sign up here to do this and your series can also be featured on the Game Awards website.

As far as the awards themselves are concerned, there will be 30 categories in which all kinds of games will compete, and all of these will continue until the announcement of the Game of the Year 2021. This year, the award goes to Deathloop, It Takes Two, Metroid Dread, Psychonauts 2, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, or Resident Evil Village.

Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter. AdamBankhurst And on Twist

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