We can definitely expect more announcements, however, so check out 5 predictions of what else we'll see.
The Game Awards airs online starting at 8:30 p.m. EST on Thursday, Dec. 6.
The Game Awards are coming, promising not only a celebration of the last year in video games, but also a slew of new announcements for the coming year and beyond.
First Baby Born To Woman With Uterus From Deceased Donor
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Kevin Hart steps down as Oscars host after anti-gay comments surface
When it came to the joke about not wanting his son to be gay, Kevin told Weiner, "It's about my fear". Then on Thursday, Hart said on Instagram he would not apologize and stressed that people change.
Trump to name former Fox anchor Heather Nauert as next United Nations ambassador
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Along with the ceremony, The Game Awards will also be littered with performances and reveals.
The awards show, held annually in December, celebrates both game creators and game players, and gives fans a sneak preview of games set to be released in the future. Many of us are looking forward to a rumored Crash Team Racing remaster as well.
We know Fallout: New Vegas developer Obisidan is working on a new RPG, and it looks like we might finally get a glimpse of it at The Game Awards 2018. The Game Awards will be streamed in 4K.