There are dozens of new game titles announced at The Game Awards. The following are the brand-new games that you must anticipate for next year! At The Game Awards 2020, there are a lot of World Premiere of great games waiting to be released. Every year this event is always the first to announce all the upcoming new games.
There are more than a dozen new titles announced, up to 25 World Premieres of the top games. Are you curious about what big announcements will be at The Game Awards 2020?
Left 4 Dead: Back 4 Blood – The Game Awards
Following the rumors that Left 4 Dead 3 is in sight, Turtle Rock Studio, founded by Left 4 Dead game writers, announced their new game. While showing off the gameplay from Back 4 Blood, you can see and reminisce shooting zombies in Left 4 Dead.
Dragon Age: New Stories
BioWare has finally announced the confirmation of a new Dragon Age game. Unlike the fans’ anticipation of the sequel, Thedas is still facing a dark era and now, players will become new heroes in the Dragon Age story. Who are the characters that will make their appearance?
Scarlet Nexus: Lively Action – The Game Awards
Bandai Namco is ready to release Scarlet Nexus in the summer of 2021. This game brings a very strong cyberpunk feel with wild hack and slash action. Players will also meet holographic enemies with various cyber elements in them. Just take a look at the action-packed below.
Ruined King: Gameplay and Character
Since it was announced by Riot Forge, players have been curious about the League of Legends game wrapped in RPG, Ruined King. Now, you can also see the appearance of characters like Ahri, Braum, and Yasuo with their very unique RPG gameplay. Take a look at the trailer below.
Evil Dead: The Game
Evil Dead returns with a third person perspective in its newest game. Now, you will be taken to a terrifying village that has unleashed ancient powers from the book of death. Evil Dead: The Game will be released exclusively for consoles on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.
Mass Effect: The Story Continues
One more big announcement from BioWare at the end of the event. After Dragon Age, BioWare also confirmed that the Mass Effect story would continue. Unfortunately, there aren’t any details that can be shared other than a brief teaser of the video.