The Game Awards is known as an annual game awards show that attracts the attention of all game enthusiasts around the world. The Game Awards 2021 edition aired live on Thursday, December 9. As anticipated by avid fans, major gaming industry news has been announced including new game announcements and world premiere trailers.
It’s a three-hour show that goes behind the scenes of trailers and reveals. It was jam-packed this year, with announcements ranging from Star Wars, “Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” “Persona 4 Arena,” and more.
The creators of the now defunct “Friday the 14th” video game are working on a “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” game. Gun Interactive is collaborating with Sumo Nottingham to develop said game. According to the developersit will be an asymmetrical multiplayer horror game, which means it will most likely follow the popular survivors versus killer structure popularized by games like Friday the 13th and Dead by Daylight.
Gun had previously built a similar asymmetrical multiplayer horror game based on Friday the 13th, but development of the game was halted due to a legal battle over rights. However, after the announcement in The Game Awards, it looks like Gun is back with a new horror franchise.
‘Person 4 Arena’
The 17th of March, “Persona 4″ Arena Ultimax will be released on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC. The ports were unveiled by Atlus during the Game Awards.
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Additionally, Arena Ultimax also features a story mode that picks up where “Persona 4” and “Persona 4 Arena” left off (the predecessor to Ultimax).
Telltale Games has announced that it is developing a video game based on the critically acclaimed science fiction television series The Expanse.
The Expanse: a revealing seriesis co-developed by Deck Nine, the studio behind Life is Strange: True Colors and Before the Storm.
The Expanse’s asteroid belt, home to a splinter society known as “The Belters”, will be explored in the game series, which will include surviving a brutal rebellion, seeking wealth, and making decisions difficulties that will determine the fate of the Artemis ship and its crew.
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“Homeworld 3” will launch in Q4 2022, ending the nearly two-decade wait for a new installment in the sci-fi real-time strategy franchise.
“Homeworld 3received a trailer merging cutscenes and embedded video during The Game Awards 2021, confirming the game’s availability on Steam and the Epic Games Store.
New ships, completely realistic ballistics, permanent fleets (with combat damage from mission to mission) and several modes, including a story, a multiplayer mode and a “cooperative mode with a roguelike touch”, will be all included in the game. .
“Star Wars: Eclipse”
Quantic Dream, the studio behind “Detroit: Become Human and Beyond: Two Souls”, is developing a Star Wars Game around the High Republic era of the franchise.
The title was announced by Lucasfilm Games during The Game Awards 2021. The game is in “early development”, according to host Geoff Keighley, who also revealed a cinematic video that shows off areas that will be familiar to anyone who’s seen it. the prequel trilogy.
Annual GamesBeat and Facebook Games Summit
The Annual GamesBeat and the Facebook Gaming Summit are back, according to VentureBeat.
Following the success of the previous edition, GamesBeat and Facebook Gaming are organizing the second edition of this historic virtual summit, which will bring together thousands of industry experts. This event comes at a critical time for the gaming industry, which has seen significant growth over the past 18 months and is keen to gain further insight into future growth beyond 2021.
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