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The Game Awards took place on Thursday night at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles and delivered a host of exciting announcements.
The tenth edition of the annual event was a major production featuring new game reveals, an awards show, musical performances and more.
New games revealed included Capcom’s Monster Hunter Wilds, Arkane Lyon’s Marvel’s Blade, Hello Games‘ Light No Fire, and Kemuri, the debut title from Unseen, which is former Ghostwire Tokyo creative director Ikumi Nakamura’s new studio.
Hideo Kojima and Jordan Peele officially introduced new Xbox game OD, Sega announced that reboots of five classic series are in development, and Sony revealed free God of War Ragnarok DLC expansion Valhalla.
We’ve rounded up the major headlines from Thursday’s event below, with links to our coverage of each announcement.
The Game Awards 2023 news round-up
- The Case of the Golden Idol is getting a sequel set in the 1970s
- Alan Wake 2’s New Game Plus mode arrives next week
- First Final Fantasy 16 story DLC released, with a second expansion due spring 2024
- Ori developer Moon Studios has revealed action RPG No Rest for the Wicked
- Saber Interactive announces Jurassic Park: Survival
- Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Remake announced
- The Game Awards 2023 full winners list: Baldur’s Gate 3 dominates
- Baldur’s Gate 3 is out on Xbox now
- Monster Hunter Wilds has been announced for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC
- Light No Fire is the next game from No Man’s Sky studio Hello Games
- Marvel’s Blade is in development at Deathloop studio Arkane Lyon
- As Dusk Falls is coming to PlayStation in March
- Hideo Kojima and Jordan Peele officially introduce new Xbox game OD
- Skull & Bones finally gets a new release date
- Den of Wolves announced from Payday: The Heist creator
- Former Ghostwire Tokyo creative director reveals her new studio’s first game, Kemuri
- God of War Ragnarok: Valhalla announced, out next week
- World of Goo 2 has been announced
- Exodus, a new game starring Matthew McConaughey, has been announced
- Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 receives new trailer, release window remains 2024
- Sega announces that reboots of five classic series are in development
- The Casting of Frank Stone, Supermassive’s solo Dead by Daylight spin-off, has been revealed
- Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will receive an offline mode after launch
- Rise of the Ronin gets new trailer and release date at The Game Awards
- Thrasher, a new game from the team behind Thumper, is coming next year
- The Outlast Trials is coming to consoles next year
- Kratos actor jokes that his Game Awards 2022 speech was longer than Modern Warfare 3 campaign