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The Game Awards 2016 Livestream: Telltale’s Walking Dead Season 3, Prey, Mass Effect Andromeda, And All Reveals Confirmed So Far

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Gaming’s biggest night is just a couple of days away. The Game Awards 2016 promises to end the year with a bang, with several major gameplay reveals ready to be shown live on stage. Show host and producer Geoff Keighley has promised “something around 10 premieres” throughout the night. Here’s a list of everything confirmed so far, along with some guesses of what else the event might have in store.

CONFIRMED 

Mass Effect Andromeda – During N7 Day, EA and Bioware confirmed that the first gameplay footage of the next chapter in the Mass Effect universe would be on display at the show.

Prey – Keighley himself revealed that Prey, a reboot of the 2006 cult-classic shooter of the same name, will have its worldwide gameplay debut on the TGA stage.

Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season 3 – The third season of Telltale’s massively popular Walking Dead series will have a little preview at the show ahead of its December 22 release date.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Nintendo’s crown jewel will be out in full force with a new gameplay showcase, according to Keighley’s Twitter account.

RUMORED

Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy – Could Telltale have two featured games at the event? The ongoing voice actor strike in the US revealed the existence of their collaboration with Marvel. Now several industry insiders are reporting that the game could make its debut at the show.

Borderlands 3/Brothers in Arms 3? – Gearbox Software boss Randy Pitchford recently announced that his studio is planning a major reveal for December 1st, the same day TGA 2016 is set to take place. Fans are hoping for a Borderlands 3 reveal, but this NEOGAF thread mentions that we shouldn’t rule out a new entry in their long dormant WWII franchise: Brothers in Arms.

POSSIBLE

Death Stranding – Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima will be The Game Awards 2016’s guest of honour as the recipient of the prestigious Industry Icon Award. The occasion seems like the perfect time for him to update the gaming world on the status of his next project: Death Stranding. Will he? You’ll have to tune in on December 1 to find out.

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