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Everything has been teased for the Game Awards 2021 (so far)

The 2021 Game Awards are the final installment of the annual awards show hosted by Geoff Keighley. Each year, the show gives out awards that have been voted on for a variety of games, with Xbox and Bethesda topping the 2021 nominations. In addition to all the awards, this show is also known for big industry reveals. game, with updates, teasers and surprises from many independent publishers and developers.

If you want to get up to speed before the show, we’ve got you covered. We’re keeping track of everything confirmed (or teased) for the Game Awards 2021, at least so far. Some of these announcements might end up being some of the best Xbox games available.

Everything was teased for the 2021 Game Awards

RCAF Raiders

Embark Studios, a Stockholm team led by former EA executives, has announced that its debut game, ARC Raiders, will be showcased at the 2021 Game Awards.

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Trailer

There will be a new trailer for the Destiny 2: The Witch Queen expansion at some point during the Game Awards 2021.

Halo Series World Premiere

The long-awaited Halo series will be presented at the Game Awards 2021.

Homeworld 3

Blackbird Interactive has been teasing something new for Homeworld, the RTS set in space, for some time now, but confirmed ahead of the Game Awards on Thursday that it is indeed Homeworld 3.

No more Game Passes for PC titles

The Xbox Game Pass for PC Twitter account teases several new games added to Game Pass for PC. These games are expected to be announced at the 2021 Game Awards.

Improbable’s new game

It is confirmed that Studio Improbable will unveil its new game during the Game Awards 2021. Improbable has traditionally worked on large-scale multiplayer games that require a lot of online infrastructure.

The matrix awakens

While not technically a game, a tech demo of Unreal Engine 5 called The Matrix Awakens will be uploaded during the Game Awards 2021. Tech demo is exclusive to Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PS5, with actors Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss.

The matrix: resurrections

This is a dual functionality of Matrix! During the Game Awards 2021, we’ll get a new look at the upcoming film, The Matrix: Resurrections.

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and the upcoming Sonic game

After a first teasing Twitter exchange, we have confirmation. A Sonic game will be at the 2021 Game Awards. Additionally, there will be a new look at Sonic the Hedgehog 2, the sequel to the first film.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

Rocksteady Games’ Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will be at the 2021 Game Awards.

Little Tina’s Wonderland

Gearbox spin-off Borderlands Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will also be at the Game Awards. The team will likely present some new images, but maybe something yo-yos too? This is if the teaser on Twitter is anything to go by.

What won’t be at the 2021 Game Awards

Although it is always disappointing to know that something habit being at the awards show, it’s best to go with lowered expectations if we know for sure that something is not going to be present.

Dragon Age 4

BioWare recently confirmed that Dragon Age 4 will have more information shared in 2022, with the wording strongly implying that the game will not be seen for the remainder of 2021.

Activision Blizzard

Besides some more modest nominations for Call of Duty, Activision Blizzard will not be present at the Game Awards, according to Keighley. There were questions about whether the Game Awards would take a stand with the company, which has been implicated following a workplace harassment lawsuit. While Keighley first said in a Interview with the Washington Post as he was thinking about how to “navigate” the relationship, he announced this weekend that the company would not be a part of the event.

The company previously said upcoming games like Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2 have been delayed, so fans weren’t expecting big announcements.

Ubisoft Quartz

Keighley confirmed on Tuesday that Ubisoft Quartz, the publisher’s new NFT for games, will not be at the 2021 Game Awards.

What do you hope to see?

Keighley has said in interviews that viewers should expect a number of disclosures. In one interview with USA Today, Keighely said “probably six or ten of our games are things that people don’t know about, but we’re going to be revealing them at the show in a fun way.” There’s a lot to look forward to, and we’ll cover it here on Windows Central.