The Game Awards 2020 will take place at the end of the week. As promised, viewers can look forward to more than a dozen presentations. These cover both indies and classic Triple-A productions.
The Game Awards 2020 will probably be the last big event of the video game year 2020, which is slowly coming to an end, at the end of the week. As has recently been confirmed, we can look forward to no fewer than five world premieres during the pre-show alone. But of course, it won’t stay that way.
Instead, presenter Geoff Keighley and his partners will step up on the main show and present between 12 and 15 new games. This covers both indies and AAA titles, according to Keighley.
With a look at The Game Awards 2020 itself, Keighley stated that the length of the main show will be based on previous years. So we can expect around two and a half hours. It starts on Friday, December 10 at 4:00 p.m. PT / 7:00 p.m. ET/midnight GMT with the pre-show. The main show will follow 30 minutes later.
Keighley also pointed out that so far there have been no leaks that anticipated possible announcements. Keighley did not want to reveal whether a similar big surprise as the official unveiling of the Xbox Series X last year could be expected. Instead, he just said: “I guess you just have to tune in and find out.”
So in a few days, we will know more.