This year’s edition of will take place on December 9th. As always, you’ll be able to stream it live in up to 4K on dozens of platforms. After last year’s , Geoff Keighley’s show will once again have an in-person audience. The ceremony is returning to its old haunt of the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
As always, The Game Awards will feature world premieres and new title announcements, as well as some musical performances. In addition to looking toward the future, the ceremony will reward the talent behind the best games of 2021 with awards across a bunch of categories. The Game Awards will also offer fans free playable game content and a way to interact with the show on some streaming services.
“We are very excited to return to the Microsoft Theater for a special night to celebrate the past, present and future of video games,” said Keighley, who is creator, host and executive producer of The Game Awards. “Our goal is to bring the entire community together to celebrate the most powerful form of entertainment in the world, and recognize emerging voices that represent the future of the medium.”
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