Annual gaming ceremony The Game Awards will return for 2020, it's been confirmed. The show is set to take place on 10th December as an all-digital event.
This year's event will actually be streamed live from three different cities – Los Angeles, London and Tokyo – and will be shown across 45 global video platforms. Variety reports that fans can expect to "participate and virtually interact with the show across social media, through live in-game experiences, and via interactive extensions on leading streaming platforms."
Just like previous years, the show promises to share a variety of awards, world premieres, new reveals and live music, and will also introduce a new 'Innovation in Accessibility' award to recognise developers who are creating new features and technology which help games to be enjoyed by a wider audience.
Speaking to Variety, the show's host and producer Geoff Keighley says, "The thing that I’m worried about more than anything is that – there’s so much anticipation for the show – is that we don’t have big games to announce to the fans, then that becomes a disappointment too. So I talked to all the game companies and they’re like ‘no, we’ve got great content to kind of show fans around games,’ and they’re really excited to show that. So yeah, it’s gonna be super interesting at the end of the year to see what comes out at the top."