Tomorrow evening, in the case of Europe, already at midnight on Friday 11 December, we will finally be able to see The Game Awards, which although being an online event, as we have become accustomed to this year, is the product for the first time since the launch of the next generation consoles. In addition, with the Geoff Keighley program schedule and its “world premieres,” expectations are very high.
Almost like it’s E3 we didn’t have, a lot of gamers are starting to show their cabal, their assumptions, and their delusions about the surprises that will be shown at the Game Awards. From the definitive appearance of the Elden Ring to the first glimpse of what’s new from Josef Fares, there are plenty of possibilities to be announced. Just a few hours ago, Xbox jumped on the bandwagon telling us to stay tuned tomorrow for a few surprises, but Aaron Greenberg just got his feet on the ground – in an unusual way for him. say in a tweet to lower expectations
You will see us and our social handles promoting the tuning for @thegameawards tomorrow. We hope you support the industry and watch. While we have a few moments on the series, I would lower expectations from any speculation I see, especially how much we’ve grown last year!
– Aaron Greenberg 🙅🏼♂️💚U (@aarongreenberg) December 9, 2020
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We translate his tweet verbatim: “Although we have a few moments on the show, I would adjust my expectations to a lower level than the speculation I see, especially after our size last year.In case you don’t remember, last year they featured no more and no less than the Xbox Series X and Hellblade 2, showing the machine and a cinematic fragment of the new Ninja Theory, which has almost got the full attention of the gala for which it was incredibly surprising and unexpected.
Phil Spencer himself has appeared on stage, so this year, being exclusively online, anyone can appear from their own house, so besides leaving the doors open to everything, also for this same issue and see the trend informative of this 2020, the safest would be to be careful with the expectations of the Game Awards. Friday at 12:30 a.m. will start the pre-show, which will already have 5 world premieres, so if you can, we recommend you don’t miss it.