The Game Awards host Geoff Keighley has confirmed that the upcoming show will feature many surprises and around 15 unannounced titles, both AAA and smaller ones.
The Game Awards show, which has become one of the biggest gaming events in the last couple of years is almost here. Traditionally, players expect to see plenty of new games, announcements and world premieres and it is safe to say that this year's show could be even bigger than its predecessor, which featured Xbox Series X announcement.
The host of The Game Awards, Geoff Keighley recently talked about everything players can expect to see and hear at the show. As expected, Keighley confirmed new game reveals and big surprises. "We have announcements from big triple-A games and also smaller titles too," Geoff said in the latest Reddit Q&A.
When asked for more details about the reveals, Keighley said that around twelve to fifteen new games will be revealed at The Game Awards. "I think there are good dozen-plus games that will be announced/revealed at the show for the first time," he said, "I think around 12 to 15 or so."
We already know that Dragon Age will be one of these games and Souls-like fans also hope to see more of Elden Ring. On top of this, rumours about a major Xbox announcement are also floating around the social media and gaming forums. Perhaps, Xbox and The Initiative are finally ready to showcase their big project?
All in all, it's safe to say the show will be jam-packed with games and you should probably tune in for some exclusive reveals unless of course, your plan is to be busy with Cyberpunk 2077, which is an awesome plan by the way.