The Game Awards To Reveal A 'Dozen-Plus' Games For The First Time

Geoff Keighley has been building hype ahead of Thursday's event.

The Game Awards are just days away, and the event's creator and host Geoff Keighley has begun revealing details through a new Reddit AMA.

Among the more exciting tidbits are confirmations that there are a "dozen-plus games that will be announced/revealed at the show for the first time".

The Game Awards To Show Off Over A Dozen Games For The First Time

You can check out the full Reddit post here, but here are the big takeaways:

There are twelve to fifteen reveals apparently in the main show, with announcements ranging from "big triple-A games and also smaller titles too."

Keighley also notes that nothing has leaked that he knows of so far, and said when asked if viewers should be expecting surprises that they'll need to "tune in and find out".

Regarding the setup of the show, which will be split between LA, London, and Tokyo, Keighley confirmed that the London Philharmonic will be performing, with the main stage in LA.

He also hinted at a presenter that's a "dream" of his that'll be announced soon, and the show is expected to run for around two and a half hours.

We do already know that Tom Holland will be presenting an award, prompting speculation that an Uncharted trailer is coming.

We've also heard that Xbox "has something coming to The Game Awards" – so we put our thinking caps on to determine the possibilities.

You can find out everything we know about the show with our Game Awards 2020 guide.

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