The Video Game Awards 2018 Live-Stream With Gaming Instincts
Join us today at 8:30 PM EST, as we’ll be doing a live-stream on our official YouTube channel covering The Video Game Awards 2018 event as soon as it starts with Jake, Jessica, Jonathan and of course Gaming Instincts’ primal beast Leonid Melikhov, where there will be a lot of exciting announcements from various gaming companies. Make sure to set a reminder and join us when the live-stream starts!
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Today, at The Video Game Awards 2018, we could see some exciting announcements, as the event will feature the biggest lineup ever of new game announcements. Among these announcements, we could see the new Mortal Kombat XI that was leaked the previous weekend, more details about the anticipated game by director Hideo Kojima, Death Stranding, the reveal of a new game from Obsidian, the announcement of the long-awaited Dragon Age 4 and even more details about the leaked new Sony’s handheld console via the founded South Korea patent and if Sony is going to follow the Nintendo Switch route or it will be just an addition for the PlayStation 5.
Producer Geoff Keighley said the following in an interview with Venture Beat:
“Most of the major publishers will be sharing news on what they’re doing in the future,” Keighley said. “It’s a big event for the industry. I’m really proud that we have so many companies on the same stage, putting competition aside to share a first look at where games are going in 2019 and beyond.”
Keighley added that, “as far as specific content that’s going to be at the show, we’re not talking about that yet. As we get close to show we’ll share some things, although honestly we won’t talk about what are in effect surprises for the show.”
According to Keighley, there were “a lot of games that wanted slots to be part of the show and share new content,” and that in addition to new game announcements, “we also have a lot of ongoing games,” like last year’s reveal of the “Miramar” map in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Keighley said, “People keep playing games as services, and they’ll have updates around new content and features that may get revealed at the show. Maybe it’s not a new game announcement, but it’s something that will matter to a massive player base around the world. That’s new and evolving.”
The games nominated for Game of the Year are:
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
- God of War
- Marvel’s Spider-Man
- Monster Hunter: World
- Red Dead Redemption 2
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