The Game Awards ceremony draws near, and related news flow is only increasing.
The return of Hellblade
In light of the scandal around the unsettling work culture at Activision Blizzard, the company is condemned by everyone all over the place. The creator and host of The Game Awards ceremony, Geoff Keighley, did not stand aside and announced that Bobby Kotick’s company would not participate in the event this year.
The Game Awards has become one of the major venues where big announcements and more detailed demonstrations occur. According to GamesBeat journalist Jeff Grubb, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II can be shown at the ceremony.
During the stream, Grubb was asked about any games that would appear during the TGA. He replied that he was confident in showing the Hellblade sequel.
The continuation of the story of the Celtic warrior was announced at The Game Awards in 2019, along with the Xbox Series X.
Another vote started recently. This time, gamers choose the best game in the “Players’ Voice'” category. Only users could participate in this nomination, while the fate of figurines in the main categories depends mainly on the jury’s opinion.
The organizers have prepared three rounds of voting: the first one is already open, and the next ones will be available on December 6th and 8th. First, the community is offered to determine the ten best projects out of thirty proposed. Half of the ten will have to be eliminated, and at the last stage, the struggle will unfold between the five remaining applicants.
While writing this article, Halo Infinite is in the lead, Resident Evil Village and Forza Horizon 5 are breathing down its neck.
The current chart of users voting