All the big reveals at The Game Awards 2018

We’re here! 2018 is over (mostly) and awards season has begun. We’ll be running our own Game of the Year list later this month but ’s faux-Oscars, The Game Awards, took place last night in Los Angeles. Spoiler: God of War took home Game of the Year, which I’ll have to trust them on since it’s not a PC game.

But forget awards, right? The real reason everyone watches Geoff Keighley’s event every year is the “World Premieres,” as close as we’ve got to a wintertime press conference. We’ve gone ahead and rounded up the best of the night below, from Obsidian’s Outer Worlds to new Stanley Parable to Mortal Kombat XI, Psychonauts 2, and a fresh Supergiant game.

The Stanley Parable

The night started strong with The Stanley Parable: Deluxe Edition. Yes, more Stanley Parable at long last, nearly a decade after the original mod and six years after the standalone release. “And they’ll all buy it again because they’re suckers,” the video says, and it’s not far off. New paths, new endings, and one hilarious trailer. Check it out below.

Far Cry: New Dawn

This one leaked early so maybe you already knew, but Ubisoft’s doing the standard Far Cry/Far Cry spinoff cycle. In February we’ll get Far Cry: New Dawn, a post-apocalyptic take on Far Cry ‘s formula. Hopefully it’s a little more interesting than Far Cry 5, but time will tell.


Need something to play right now? Bastion and Transistor developer Supergiant is back with a new Greek mythology-inspired game, Hades, which looks a lot like the isometric action I loved in Bastion. And here’s the big news: It’s available immediately in Early Access on the new Epic Games Store. There’s your first exclusive. Go check it out.


While we’re talking Epic Games Store exclusives, it’s worth noting that the Epic Games Store website went live during the Game Awards. And the big news there? Journey is coming to the PC, a full six years after its release on the PlayStation 3. Incredible, and I’m so happy to be able to play through that experience again.

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A bit weird to see Anthem classified as a World Premiere given we’ve seen the game a half-dozen times over already, but a brand new trailer for BioWare’s Destiny-alike debuted during the Game Awards. This one looks, if we’re being honest, even more like Destiny than the last few trailers.

Dragon Age 4

And as promised, Dragon Age 4 showed up at the Game Awards despite reports saying it won’t be out until at least 2021. As you’d expect from that sort of announcement, there’s basically nothing in this trailer. But here you go.

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