A wealth of trailers for both anticipated upcoming releases and previously unannounced projects were aired at The Game Awards 2017. If you missed the show, we've gathered them all in one place for your perusal.
10 Chambers Collective, a new studio set up by the designer of the Payday series, revealed their debut title, GTFO. In this four-player co-op shooter, you'll play as a team of scavengers searching for valuable artefacts inside of a vast underground complex that's been overrun by terrifying creatures.
Media Molecule's PS4 exclusive was confirmed to release sometime in 2018. There wasn't much to go on, but we can expect more at PlayStation Experience this weekend.
The Astronauts (Bulletstorm, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter) revealed this horror-themed FPS with a stunning trailer featuring dark, gothic environments and a host of nasties to dispatch. There's no release date as of yet.
This world premiere trailer was just as bizarre as the first, and leaves us with more questions than answers, but we do at least get a look at the game's enemies. There's no release date for this PS4 exclusive just yet.
Not only was it announced that Bayonetta 1 and 2 would be coming to Nintendo Switch, but the third game in the series would be a switch exclusive.
Fade To Silence
This survival game tasks players with surviving in the cold and deadly world of an apocalyptic winter. Fade To Silence enters Steam Early Access on 14 December.
Twenty years since the series debuted, SoulCalibur returns with new gameplay mechanics and a mix of characters both old and new. Expect a release in 2018.
Breath of the Wild DLC, The Champion's Ballad
The second DLC drop for Breath of the Wild features a motorcycle for Link and is out right now.
In the Valley of Gods
Campo Santo (the team behind Firewatch) unveiled their next title, In the Valley of Gods. The single-player, first-person adventure game sees players explore an ancient valley in 1920's Egypt in search of treasure. It's set for release on Steam in 2019.
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Squanch Games (The studio set up by Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland) are teaming up with Crows Crows Crows (The Stanley Parable) to bring this leftfield virtual reality title to PS VR on 19 December.
The follow-up to Owlchemy Labs' Job Simulator gives you a chance to relax and enjoy some well deserved time off. The sequel will be coming to all VR platforms but there's no word on a release date just yet.
World War Z
Saber Interactive (Timeshift, Quake Champions) are working on a four-player co-op action title based on the zombie book/film of the same name. The campaign features unique survivor stories and missions which take place in a variety of locations all around the globe.
A Way Out
Hazelight Studios (Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons) introduce Vincent and Leo, the stars of their latest title, A Way Out. Everyone who purchases the game will get the chance to invite a friend to play with them for free. It's due for release on 23 March 2018.
Fortnite Battle Royale's 50v50 mode
For a limited time only, you can join up with 49 other players for a team battle in Fortnite Battle Royale. The mode is available until 17 December, so hop to it.
Shadows Die Twice
It's unlikely to be the title of the game that was teased by From Software, but it's all we've got to go on.
Some are speculating that the device could be a trick weapon, pointing to a Bloodborne sequel. Others believe it could be a teaser for a new Tenchu, due to the Japanese writings, the device looking like it could be a kunai, and the tagline which is almost a direct quote from Tenchu 3 ("Shadows can die twice").
Whatever it is, From Software have done exactly what they intended and got everyone talking about it.
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