Every Game Announcement At The Game Awards 2019 - Prima Games

Every Game Announcement At The Game Awards 2019

by Liana Ruppert

The Game Awards 2019 is officially wrapped and it’s time to look towards the year ahead. For those that missed the two-hour showcase earlier this week, there were a few surprises in store – though most of the show seemed to center around entertainment and flash rather than the celebration of games. Regardless, there were still some awesome reveals. So, without further adieu, here’s every game announcement at The Game Awards 2019.

Every game announced during The Game Awards 2019

  • Xbox Series X
  • Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2
  • Control DLC ‘Expeditions’
  • Ghost of Tsushima release window for Summer 2020
  • The Wolf Among Us 2
  • Fast and Furious Crossroads 
  • Godfall
  • League of Legends Convergence
  • League of Legends Ruined King
  • Bravely Default 2
  • Magic: Legends
  • Weird West from the co-creators of Dishonored and Prey
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance 
  • Nine to Five from Red Hill Games
  • PlayerUnknown’s new game: Prologue
  • Sons of the Forest, The Forest 2 (lots of humping
  • Surgeon Simulator 2
  • New World from Amazon Games
  • Apple Arcade’s Ultimate Rivals
  • Twisted Pixel’s Path of the Warrior
  • Naraka: Bladepoint from Netease
  • Mortal Kombat 11 Joker release date – January 28
  • Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 DLC: Rise of the Phoenix – December 23
  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps March 11, 2020
  • Gears Tactics trailer
  • Maneater coming to consoles (and Nintendo Switch) in May 2020
  • No More Heroes 3
  • Apex Legends winter event
  • Cyberpunk 2077 artists behind-the-scenes look
  • Humankind strategy game from Setga
  • Fortnite Star Wars event coming soon with new skins available now
  • Beat Saber Green Day DLC
  • Warframe Empyrean update now live on PC, Rising Tides available now on Xbox and PS4
  • Skyrim is coming to Elder Scrolls Online

And that’s a wrap! It was a great showcase for League fans and Sons of the Forest looks creepy as all hell. Sound off with what you thought of this year’s Game Awards over on Twitter @PrimaGames