​Over 10 New Games To Be Announced At The Game Awards 2018

Next month's annual (The) Game Awards ceremony won't merely celebrate the best of 2018, but it's set to unveil a number of upcoming, unannounced titles, according to the show's creator.

Geoff Keighley, who has spearheaded The Game Awards since launch in 2014, announced via Twitter that more than 10 new projects will debut at this year's show.

Of course, news regarding current titles will also take centre stage, which could mean DLC reveals will be here, there, and everywhere for your favourite games.

Saying that, I'm not entirely sure which previously released games this refers to, and I obviously don't have a clue what mysterious titles are in the works.

Thankfully, several hints and clues will drop over the next couple of days, probably on Twitter via Keighley, so we'll have a better understanding pretty soon. Also keep an eye out on developers' official Twitter accounts.

One secret-ish title we know will star at The Game Awards 2018 is the new Alien project. Just yesterday we reported on Alien: Blackout, a game 20th Century Fox trademarked last week, and that Keighley just so happens to have as his Twitter header.

Alien: Blackout Teaser
Alien: Blackout Teaser

If that doesn't scream Alien announcement, then I don't know what does. Let's just hope Blackout follows in the footsteps of Isolation, and not Black Ops IIII. We don't need another battle royale.

And if you're interested in tuning into The Game Awards 2018, it kicks off 6 December at 1:30am GMT/8:30pm ET/5:30pm PT.

You can watch the livestream through regular sites like YouTube or Twitch, but to make it easier Facebook Live, Twitter, Steam, PlayStation, Xbox Live, Mixer, and a bunch of gaming publications will show it, too.

What do you think about this news? What could be announced? Will you watch The Game Awards 2018? Which games should win? Make sure you let us know.

Featured Image Credit: The Game Awards

Matthew McGladdery

Matthew McGladdery graduated with a BA in Broadcast Journalism from Salford University, where he worked at Revolution 96.2, Global Radio, and Fleetwood F.C. When he left university, he took on the role of co-editor for the Salfordian and worked as freelancer for the likes of BBC Sport. He continues to work in sport but loves talking all things Xbox, PS4, and PC just as much.

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