The Game Awards Has A World Premiere That Is 2.5 Years In The Making

Geoff Keighley has revealed that The Game Awards will feature a world premiere that is two-and-a-half years in the making.

The Game Awards are known for two things – giving out awards for games, obviously, and announcing games in world premiere trailers. Sometimes you get things like Ark 2 starring Vin Diesel, and other times you get Joker coming to Smash Ultimate. It looks like this year's Game Awards won't shy away from big announcements, as Geoff Keighley has teased that one has been in the making for 2.5 years.

Keighley has been updating his followers on the current state of The Game Awards and alongside that, he's also been teasing that the show will have some big announcements. Earlier today, Keighley said, "Just saw the final cut of a The Game Awards world premiere we have been working on with a developer for 2.5 years. Truly honored we are entrusted to share this work with the world."

Keighley would then follow up that Tweet by clarifying that the two-and-a-half years are mainly due to Covid and the inability to travel, "2.5 years sounds like a long time, but summer of 2019 was actually my last global tour to visit developers. I always have so much fun visiting studios and hearing about their projects. Hope to do it again in 2022."

There are no hints as to what the game will be, but the fact that Keighley visited the developers as part of a global tour implies that it's a big project and a big studio making it. The comments underneath the tease are full of speculation from fans, with one of the most common assumptions being that it has something to do with the sequel to Breath of the Wild, as that was announced around two-and-a-half years ago. Revealing the name would be quite the world premiere.

We won't know for sure until The Game Awards premieres on December 9. Keep your tin-foil hats and pinches of salt at the ready.

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