Top 5 reveals from The Game Awards 2017

The fantastic Game Awards 2017 was a successful event but also bagged some pretty amazing revels and releases. Here are our top 5 reveals from the show.

1. A Way Out:

An indie game from the Brothers developers, comes a very intriguing game about two inmates trying to escape the prison. EA announced the release date for March 23, 2018. That’s not all EA announced, they also revealed that one can play the game without buying it as long as a friend owns it on the same platform.

2. Soul Calibur VI:

Bandaid Namco announced SoulCalibur VI at the show with a trailer showcasing it’s new “dynamic fights enhanced by cinematic-styled combat.” The game is being developed in Unreal Engine for PS4, Xbox One & PC. SoulCalibur VI will feature iconic characters retuning along with some new comers. It’ll be coming out in March 2018.

3. Bayonetta 3:

Nintendo announced Bayonetta 3 which is exclusively in development for the Nintendo Switch. The game is being developed by Platinum Games just like he previous two entries in the series. Another surprise came to Bayonetta fans when they announced that Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 will be re-released for Nintendo Switch in early 2018.

4: Death Stranding:

Hideo Kohima revealed a wired new extended look at his latest project Death Stranding. The Norman Reedus staring 8 minutes trailer featured the actor in a outfit with a eye type device on his shoulder. Trying make something out of the footage raised more questions then it answers. After the trailer, Hideo Kojima and Norman Reedus took to the stage and Reedus very proudly stated “And nothing’s gonna stop us this time.” The game will come out some time in 2018.

5: GTFO: 

Following the title announcement early this year,  10 Chambers Collective brings a gameplay trailer featuring a 4 player survival horror shooter. As scavengers, you have to explore and extract artifacts from a deep underground network infested with monsters. Looks promising and we can’t wait to get our hands on the game. GTFO is scheduled for release in 2018.

So, what was your favourite reveal from the list? Didn’t find your game here? Let us know in the comments below!

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