Here’s everything announced at The Game Awards.

The show this year wasn’t just about the awards ceremony either: there was a Mass Effect teaser, release dates, Vin Diesel and much more.

If we didn’t spin the Cyberpunk 2077 until dawn in the first place, we’d be grumpy that the Game Awards were once again set for a time that was less livable for Europeans.

What’s more, the gaming industry’s top awards ceremony are also tossed up with a variety of exciting announcements, so even if it wasn’t worth staying out to find out if anything can prevail in addition to The Last of Us Part II, it’s much more like seeing the first Mass Effect first. and we’ll find out what Microsoft’s new studio is working on, to which we’ve managed to seduce a few important faces from Naughty Dog, among others.

Here’s everything announced at The Game Awards

If you missed it, here’s the full show:

If you’re also wondering who the winners of The Game Awards were (no, not just the TLOU2 award), check out the list at the link, and below, as usual, we’ve collected points, which were also discussed during the night:

Here’s everything announced at The Game Awards
  • Devolver Digital held a special awards ceremony in its own style, on which the characters seen in the E3 shows, led by Nina Struthers, returned. He announced the publisher’s new game, Loop Hero, by mentioning five others whose developers were upset that they weren’t the ones to win. Check out the video at the first link, not long but excellent.
  • Sometime a colorful-lovely open-world game, Tchia, arrives in which the protagonist is able to take control of any animal or object and then be able to ukulele like playing guitar in The Last of Us Part II. I mean, that’s right.
  • On March 4, 2021, Sea of ​​Solitude, an indie game embraced by EA, arrives on Nintendo Switch.
  • Focus Home Interactive not only announced, it immediately released its novelty, Shady Part of Me, which is available for PC from Steam and the Epic Games Store, and for consoles from their own stores. Stylized, emotional adventure.
  • It showed itself as Nier: Replicant ver.1.22474487139, or the cracked version of the previously Japanese-exclusive Nier: Replicant. We can expect until April 23rd.
  • Somehow now more and more people are getting the urge to make air combat games in which we control animals. The Panzer Dragoon remaster was followed by The Falconeer, and now Century: Age of Ashes has been introduced, which will be a free-to-play multiplayer action game in which we can fall on dragons with different abilities. Looks really good.
  • Sephiroth, known from Final Fantasy VII, who will probably not be nice, will join Super Smash Bros. Ultimate this year.
  • It has finally been revealed what Microsoft’s mysterious new team, The Initiative, is working on, which has fused really experienced developers: their project is a new Perfect Dark, but development is still in its infancy.
  • The Left 4 Dead development team has once again signaled that their cooperative somb shooter called Back 4 Blood is in the works, and we can expect its release by June 2021. It would be great if you could show all failed attempts how to do this.
  • On May 10, the PvPvE game from Hood: Outlaws and Legends, Sumo Digital and Focus Home Interactive will be released, in which we should steal as quietly as possible while others fight for the same swag.
  • The closed beta of the Scavengers has started, you can sign up here.
  • From today, the iconic car of Cyberpunk 2077 is available in Forza Horizon 4 as we move towards a future in which a single game takes control of everything and everyone.
  • The father of Dead Space, Glen Schofield, is making a new sci-fi horror game that is quite coincidentally quite similar to Dead Space. In 2022, we can cut into The Callisto Protocol.
  • We could see what Warhammer 40,000: Darktide, which the developers of Vermintide are working on, will be in motion.
  • Annapurna Interactive and Fullbright’s new project, Open Roads, which marks Gone Home, have been unveiled, in which a mother and daughter embark on an adventure. Everything Annapurna has to do is fantastic, so we’re looking forward to that too.
  • Disco Elysium will receive a free upgrade in 2021: thanks to Final Cut, the game will be in full sync and new missions will arrive.
  • It didn’t reveal much again, but BioWare brought a cozy Dragon Age 4 preview.
  • Endless’s spiritual successor will be Endless Dungeon, a rouge-lite tactical action game in which we have to recruit a team on a mysterious space station and fight an ever-flowing army of monsters. Such a title would have been more in keeping with some fantasy, but it was probably only the two words most commonly used in rogue lites that were put together.
  • Familiar with the Black Desert, Pearl Abyss unveiled the gameplay of his new game, the Crimson Desert, with a five-minute trailer, and how stunning it can be.
  • It stirs up the basics of life less, but Swedish Chef, known from the Muppet show, got into Overcooked: All You Can Eat. Have you seen what kind of king set we got from the developers of Overcooked anyway?
  • Scavengers Studio (which has nothing to do with Scavengers, but they made the Darwin Project) has unveiled its exploratory game, Season, in which we can cycle around the world as a woman leaving an isolated community, striving to learn as much as we can about the environment, before a mysterious event sweeps everything away.
  • The first of Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War and the start of the new season of Warzone are very close, we could also watch the new track, Rebirth Island.
  • The protagonist of Ark 2 is played by Vin Diesel and an animated series called Ark: The Animated Series is also being made. We couldn’t have figured out a better title either.
  • We’ve learned even more about what Fall Guys Season 3 will be like.
  • People Can Fly 3-person co-op shooter Outriders arrives on February 2nd.
  • If Ash, despite the rumors, just doesn’t want to get to Mortal Kombat 11, we can see him in at least one stand-alone game. In Evil Dead The Game, you can play both cooperatively and in PvP by controlling one of the four main characters.
  • As a remaster of everything, it will be released on February 25, 2021 on the Ghosts n Goblins Resurrection Nintendo Switch.
  • We could see the gameplay of Elite Dangerous: Odyssey.
  • We already knew that the PS5-exclusive Returnal would be launched in the first half of 2021, but now it has also been revealed that the exact release date is March 19th.
  • A novelty from A Way Out developers, It Takes Two, has also appeared, making its debut on March 26th. This will also be the focus of the co-op experience.
  • After a long time, Super Meat Boy Forever has been released with a release date: it will be available in the Epic Games Store from December 23rd.
  • In the spring of 2021, Oddworld: Soulstorm will arrive on PS4, PS5 and the Epic Games Store.
  • Gates of Oblivion will be the next addition to The Elder Scrolls Online and will be available from January 21st.
  • We can try Monster Hunter Rise in January with a demo.
  • A new track will arrive at Among Us in early 2021, and can be worn as a mask by Geoff Keighley’s face.
  • Kratos from Sony and Master Chief from Microsoft will join the battles of Fortnite and both will pay their respects on all platforms.
  • A console version of Microsoft Flight Simulator is coming in the summer of 2021, but only for Xbox Series consoles
  • The Scarlet Nexus will land among us in the summer of 2021.
  • The Just Cause franchise is visiting for mobile, but it will be something completely different from what we have been used to from games so far.
  • The gameplay for Ruined King: The League of Legends Story, postponed to 2021, has shown itself.
  • Finally, a short teaser screwed up Mass Effect fans.

Was there anything you particularly liked about this not-so-small addition?