We are getting closer and closer to the month of December, which will be marked by The Game Awards 2023. One of the most anticipated moments of the event It is the possible reveal of Grand Theft Auto 6especially when remembering that the ceremony has already been the stage for major announcements.

In preparation for the event scheduled to take place on December 7th, the team at Voxel Below are some big announcements that took place in past editions of The Game Awards. Check out!

7. Mortal Kombat 11 (2018)

One of the most pleasant surprises at The Game Awards 2018 was the presentation of Mortal Kombat 11 to the world. The announcement was made on stage at the event by Ed Boon himself, one of the creators of the violent fighting series.

Despite not featuring any gameplay elements, the first video has already caught the public’s attention for showing a brutal fight between Scorpion and Raiden. This violence seen in the trailer, including, it was just a sample of what we could see in the game after its release.

The first video even revealed Shao Kahn, a villain who debuted in Mortal Kombat 2as a character available via DLC.

6. Bravely Default 2 (2019)

Bravely Default was a Square Enix RPG game that was quite successful on the Nintendo 3DS. Therefore, when the announcement of the second game was made during The Game Awards 2019, it was expected that its fan base would react positively.

The presentation video we had access to at the ceremony did not provide many details of the story or battle elements. Although, it was enough to give a proof of how the title would behave on Swticha platform that would receive it less than two years after its revelation.

5. Hellblade 2: Senua’s Saga (2019)

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice was a game that was quite successful with both critics and the public when it was released in 2017. Much of this is due to what we can consider an overwhelming experience due to a plot that involves mental torment, something that left room for a sequel.

Hellbalde 2: Senua’s Saga comes to continue these events. Its announcement in 2019 was widely celebrated with a trailer that did not provide evidence of game mechanics, but already showed that the setting will still be focused on the elements that populate the protagonist’s mind.

Indeed, It is one of the few games featured on this list that has not yet reached stores.. According to Ninja Theory, the game’s producer, this should happen in 2024.

4. It Takes Two (2020)

When it was announced at The Game Awards 2020, the public still didn’t know what to expect from It Takes Two. In a pandemic context, where several people should learn (or relearn) to live together, his proposal was accurate.

In its presentation trailer, the magical book reveals that we would be facing the story of a couple who needed help to repair their relationship. In a fun way, that’s exactly what we see with the game’s protagonists.

After being turned into dolls, May and Cody must go through several difficulties, putting their skills and relationship to the test. To do this, they must overcome several platform sections and battles against various enemies to recover their normal form.

3. Alan Wake 2 (2021)

Alan Wake 2 It was a game highly anticipated by the public, as the first title was quite successful and won over many people. Therefore, when it was announced in 2021, it already became one of the most anticipated games by many people.

The presentation of Alan Wake 2 at The Game Awards wasn’t the biggest, but it already served to make a lot of impact. The video basically shows some scenarios and ends with the camera focusing on a different Alan than the one we had seen at the end of the first game.

The title is now available and has proven to be a very complete package, so much so that it is competing in several categories for this year’s award.

2. Sonic Frontiers (2021)

Sonic is still a beloved character for many people, and his games are often highly anticipated by the public. With Sonic Frontiersannounced to the world in 2021, things were no different.

Sonic Frontiers It gained public attention due to its announcement trailer, showing a blue sprinter running at full speed in open environments. And, in fact, That’s exactly what the game deliveredbeing highly praised in several analyzes — including here at Voxel.

1. Hades 2 (2022)

Finally, we close this list with Hades 2which was revealed last year as a direct continuation of the game released in 2018.

So far, it is known that it will be set directly after the events of the original, but Supergiant has announced that Even those who have never played Hades before will have fun here. Another point revealed is that the protagonist will be Melinoë, immortal princess of the underworld who must defeat the forces of the Titan with the power of Olympus.

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Source: https://www.tecmundo.com.br/voxel/274442-the-game-awards-relembre-7-maiores-revelacoes-evento.htm

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