Watch The Game Awards 2018 Live Stream!

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Watch The Game Awards 2018 Live Stream!

As part of the promotion behind the event, host Geoff Keighley teased that ten brand new games will be shown for the very first time. The games poised for the most awards include Red Dead Redemption 2, God of War and Marvel's Spider-Man.

Aside from The Game Awards sale, Sony also has a publisher sale on-going which puts the spotlight on Deep Silver-published titles, and the Elder Scrolls series, which you can check out right here. We can also expect to see announcements for rumored games like Borderlands 3, Dragon Age 4, and even a new Alien video game named Alien: Blackout. The Game Awards will be airing on Twitter, Facebook Live, YouTube, Twitch, and Mixer.

The Game Awards are back, and this year promises the biggest lineup of game announcements to date.

Looking for GOTY victor God of War? Make sure to keep your game close by...

The Game Awards begin on Thursday, Dec. 6 at 8:30 p.m. EST. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

While the full announcement may have been spoiled, there's a possibility this wasn't what Epic Games planned to reveal at all and we could be blown away by something entirely different. You can also get it at a decent price from Amazon, for $52.

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