The volcanic Geoff Keighley has published a new tweet from his official profile, once again dedicating a few lines of text to one of the most anticipated video game events of the year: The Game Awards 2020.
In the message, reported at the bottom of this news, Keighley announced the return of Sydnee Goodman (YouTuber and Influencer), as presenter of the event that will anticipate the official start of the TGA 2020. Most important for gamers, however, is the second paragraph of the tweet, where Geoff says that five world-exclusive video games will be revealed during the pre-show.
The pre-show of The Game Awards 2020 will boast a panel dedicated to next-generation consoles and games (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S) and will start at midnight, on the night between Thursday 10 November and Friday 11 November.
The official event of the TGA 2020 will instead start an hour later. The panel dedicated to the next-gen will be attended by leading personalities in the sector such as Phil Spencer (Microsoft Xbox), Laura Miele (Chief Studio Officer of Electronic Arts), and Lisa Su (CEO of AMD).
The pre-show and the official ceremony of The Game Awards 2020 can be followed in live streaming through the social channels dedicated to the event (YouTube, Twitter, and Twitch), as well as through the official Twitter profile of Keighley himself. For a few hours, we have known that during the TGA 2020 a big announcement related to Fortnite (the Battle Royale developed by Epic Games) will be unveiled.
It is also about 48 hours ago the news that BioWare will use the visibility of the event to show the new world of the new material dedicated to Dragon Age 4, the last chapter of the historic fantasy RPG saga. And again, the rumors relating to the possible presence, to the event, of the highly anticipated and mysterious Elden Ring, action RPG whose development is currently the responsibility of FromSoftware, in collaboration with the fantasy writer George RR Martin.
We'll have 5 world premieres in the pre-show, plus a musical performance. More on that soon!
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) December 6, 2020