Here are the best trailers from the Game Awards
- Author: Latoya Cobb Dec 09, 2017,
Dec 09, 2017, 6:41
Lots of games were announced at The Game Awards tonight, some prizes were handed out, and A Way Out game director Josef Fares wouldn't stop saying "fuck" until host Geoff Keighley finally cut him off and rolled the trailer.
Perhaps the most highly anticipated moment on the night was the reveal of gameplay footage for the new map in PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds.
New update, which will add the desert map, for PUBG is available in the test servers and the game will leave Early Access on December 20th.
The last SoulCaliber released in 2012 for the last generation of consoles and after a long intermission Bandai Namco's fighting game is back. Along with this announcement, they have said that it was available now. New winners were announced and along with them, there were many new trailers.
The newest game mode for Epic Games title Fortnite: Battle Royale with the tag line "last team standing" is available to play starting thursday for free.
Owlchemy Labs, the creator studio of Job Simulator, has reveled a new VR title, Vacation Simulator.
Over the years, The Game Awards has earned a reputation for surprising game reveals and announcements.
Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild came away from The Game Awards 2017 with three big wins, scooping Best Action Adventure, Best Art Direction and Game of the Year. Until then, you can enjoy the short teaser trailer above.
Okay, so this one isn't really much of a trailer, but the prospect of a new game from the masochists that brought us Bloodborne and the Dark Souls series alone is enough to get the hardcore gamers salivating.
The co-op escape game (if you call it like that) A Way Out will be available on March 23, 2018 for Xbox One, PC and PS4.
Which of the announcements from the Game Awards are you the most excited about?