It’s the most wonderful time of the year in the world of video games as The Game Awards has returned for another night of awards, showstopping announcements, beautiful musical performances, and much more.
Speaking of announcements, there will be A TON and it can be a lot to keep track of, so we’re here to gather each and every one to make sure you don’t miss a thing!
We will be updating this page throughout the show, so watch the show on this page or keep checking back for some of the biggest game reveals of the year!
Hades 2 Announced With a Gameplay Trailer
Hades 2 was officially announced at The Game Awards and will send players back to the world of the original that we awarded our Game of the Year in 2020. It is set to welcome players via Early Access in 2023.
Ken Levine’s Next Game, Judas, Finally Revealed
Ken Levine, the creator of BioShock, has finally revealed his much-anticipated game, Judas. Details are scarce, but it looks to be a narrative-driven, single-player, first-person shooter that definitely gives off some BioShock in space vibes.
“A disintegrating starship. A desperate escape plan,” The official press release shares. “You are the mysterious and troubled Judas. Your only hope for survival is to make or break alliances with your worst enemies. Will you work together to fix what you broke – or will you leave it to burn?”
Street Fighter 6 Will Fight Its Way to a June 2, 2023, Release Date
The much-anticipated Street Fighter 6 will fight its way to a June 2, 2023, release date. The news came alongside a new trailer that featured Dee Jay, Manon, Marisa, JP, and more.
Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon Announced
Despite Bayonetta 3 having been released in October, a new spin-off set in the franchise’s universe will arrive on Switch on March 17, 2023. Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon will let players control both a young version of Bayonetta 3’s Cereza and Cheshire.
Hellboy Is Getting a Stylish Video Game Adaptation
A new video game based on Mike Mignola’s Hellboy with a subtitle of Web of Wyrd was officially announced at The Game Awards, and it will be available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. The game is said to be a roguelite action adventure with an original story.
Returnal Announced for PC
The PlayStation-exclusive title Returnal will arrive on PC in early 2023, and it will join a ton of other PlayStation games that have already made the jump to a new platform.
Surreal Platformer, After Us, Announced at The Game Awards
Private Division has announced a new game from Piccolo Studio called After Us. The game is set on a post-human Earth where players become Gaia, the Spirit of Life. Throughout the game, players will need to rescue the souls of extinct animals and revive them after learning their fate.
Replaced: New Trailer Revealed at The Game Awards 2022
Replaced, the retro-futuristic platformer, has received a brand-new trailer at The Game Awards and it sets up more of the game set in a dark, alternative 1980s America that will take players to a trailer park, a run-down city, a lab, and more.
Vampire Survivors Is Now Available on Mobile
Vampire Survivors is now available to play on iOS and Android devices.
Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania DLC Arriving Next Year
Dead Cells is crossing over with Castlevania in a new DLC arriving in Q1 2023. The DLC will add new enemies, 14 weapons, 2 new biomes, a new storyline, 3 bosses, and 20 outfits. Oh, and over 50 original and reimagined Castlevania musical tracks.
Valiant Hearts: Coming Home Is Headed To Mobile Devices Soon
The World War I epic game is making its way to mobile thanks to Netflix.