There’s a tension in the air at most award shows — but the annual Game Awards are a bit different. Sure, there’s still a lot of anticipation over who is going to win game of the year, but the real excitement takes place between the awards: trailers, announcements and DLC reveals.

It’s like a mini-E3 with a red carpet, and it’s quickly becoming one of the biggest nights of the year in game announcements. It’s where we first saw games like Bayonetta 3 and SoulCalibur VI, and got one of our best early looks at Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding.

Here’s everything major announced at the show this year — and the winners!

All of the major trailers…

New game announcements and trailers are easily half the draw for the awards show — and the Game Awards didn’t let us down.

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order


FarCry: New Dawn


The Outer Worlds

Sayonara Wild Hearts

Crash Team Racing


Mortal Kombat 11

Persona 5’s Joker in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Dragon Age

The award winners

There are a ton of awards being handed out in a staggering array of categories — this list doesn’t include everything, but here are the biggest ones. (Nominees will be removed as updates come in)

Game of the Year

Best Ongoing Game

Best Game Direction

Best Narrative

Best Art Direction

Best Score/Music

Best Audio Design

Best Performance

  • Roger Clark as Arthur Morgan, Red Dead Redemption II

Games for Impact

Best Independent Game

Best Mobile Game

Best VR/AR Game

Best Action Game

Best Action/Adventure Game

Best Role Playing Game

Best Fighting Game

Best Family Game

Best Strategy Game

Best Sports/Racing Game

Best Multiplayer Game

Best Student Game

Best Debut Indie Game

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