With supposedly more than ten unannounced games to be revealed, a host of content and announcements for existing ones, and a timeslot that actually suits Australians, The Game Awards is always worth a watch.
The show will officially begin from tomorrow from 1230 AEDT / 1200 ACST / 0930 AWST / 1130 AQST / 1430 NZST, according to the notification time on the YouTube embed (which you can find below). The Game Awards site notes that proceedings will begin from 11:30 AM, although it doesn't denote what timezone.
YouTube will be streaming the entire show in 4K, if your internet can handle it, although there'll also be streams through Twitch, Twitter, Facebook Live, Steam, Xbox Live, Mixer, Caffeine, PlayStation and more.
Geoff Keighley, organiser of The Game Awards, tweeted out a photo from a rehearsal showing off the stage.
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) December 5, 2018
We already know some of the games that will be announced beforehand, including the next iteration in the Far Cry series. Rumours have also been circulating all week that Nintendo will show off Metroid Prime 4, while Hideo Kojima, Phil Spencer and Casey Hudson will be in attendance, the latter of whom will be premiering some fresh Anthem footage. Obsidian is showing off its new RPG as well.
If you'd rather watch through Twitch, that's embedded below as well.
What reveals would you like to see this year?