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Geoff Keighley’s 2021 Game Awards will take place on Friday evening. There should be as many premieres and announcements as never before. Specifically, the show should offer between 40 and 50 games. But not only that, projects close to video games should be given more space than ever, according to Keighley. This mainly concerns films and series based on video games. Cinematically, Sonic 2 and The Matrix Awakens are confirmed. Sting, Imagine Dragons and an orchestra provide the musical highlights.

A pre-show with more than ten premieres starts at 1:30 PM. At 2 a.m., the actual show kicks off from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, which, of course, also hosts award ceremonies.

10 December 01.30 am – The Game Awards 2021 (twitch)

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