“The Game Awards 2021″Its Time for Gaming’s Biggest Event

December 8, 2021 by 1 Comment

The Game Awards 2021 hosted by Geoff Keighley is being held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Thursday, Dec. 9, at 8 p.m. EST. Fans all around the world can catch the show through its official website or through its live streaming on YouTube. Gamers all around the are excited for all the new game announcements, trailers, red-carpet interviews and onstage acceptance. The event will include at least two current-console-generation games that will get a lot of attention, according to Keighley.

Last year’s show featured Back 4 Blood’s debut trailer and teased the next Mass Effect and Dragon Age games. However the lineup of last year games were thin due to the dent that the COVID-19 pandemic put in development plans all year long. A lot of last year’s game announcements were content updates for existing games. This year Keighley assure viewers should see a more normal slate of announcements.

The Game Awards are also known for many celebrities and other pop culture figures doing appearance and presenting awards. Last year’s show featured A-listers like Brie Larson, Ralph Macchio, Gal Gadot, and Keanu Reeves. Well, this year Reeves returns, alongside The Matrixcomrade Carrie-Anne Moss, Alongside Shang-Chi star Simu Liu, with musical guests Sting and Imagine Dragons. Can’t forget the highlight of the show The Game Awards Orchestra, conducted by Lorne Balfe

This year we have 30 categories filled with nominees who were considered the best in business this year. The list of categories for this year’s event are as follows:

  • Game of the Year
  • Best Game Direction
  • Best Narrative
  • Best Art Direction
  • Best Score and Music
  • Best Audio Design
  • Best Performance
  • Games For Impact
  • Best Ongoing
  • Best Indie
  • Best Mobile Game
  • Best Community Support
  • Innovation in Accessibility
  • Best VR/AR
  • Best Action Game
  • Best Action/Adventure
  • Best Role-Playing
  • Best Fighting
  • Best Family
  • Best Sim/Strategy
  • Best Sports/Racing
  • Best Multiplayer
  • Content Creator of the Year
  • Best Debut Indie
  • Most Anticipated Game
  • Best Esports Game
  • Best Esports Athlete
  • Best Esports Team
  • Best Esports Coach
  • Best Esports Event

The games with most nominations are Deathloop by Arkane Studios/Bethesda Softworks, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart by Insomniac Games/Sony Interactive Entertainment, It Takes Two by Hazelight Studios/Electronic Arts, Psychonauts 2 by Double Fine Productions/Xbox Game Studios, Resident Evil Village by Capcom.

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