How to Watch The Game Awards 2018: YouTube, Twitter, Twitch and More

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Whether you're tuning into the stream for the actual awards or you simply want to soak up all the game announcements, we've got you covered.

The Game Awards are here again, one of the most prestigious end-of-year awards ceremonies for the video game industry.

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Every Game Confirmed to Be at the Game Awards

The Game Awards 2018 will air live tonight, December 6, starting with the pre-show at 8:30 PM ET/ 5:30 PM PT.

The wind is taken out of the reveal's sails, tomorrow night I'll be sat there waiting for Bethesda's trailer to pass me by so that we can actually get on to the things we don't know about. From what we've already reported upon, The Game Awards will feature plenty of new game trailers and announcements, and a lot of updates for already released titles.

In addition to all the awards being presented, host and creator of The Game Awards Geoff Keighley tweeted that more than 10 never announced titles will be making an appearance.

If you're after awards darling Red Dead Redemption 2, Amazon has it for just $69.00, cheaper then Sony's sale price. Clicking the above link also allows you to cast a ballot for The Game Awards, and help influence the results. MP1st will also have the show's announcements and reveals right here as it happens.

New Dragon Age Teased BioWare teased a new Dragon Age game in a brief teaser, which ended in the hashtag #TheDreadWolfRises. Keighley is perhaps best known for his work over the years with Entertainment Weekly, Spike TV, G4, and YouTube, as well as his landmark series of behind the scenes game development stories known as "The Final Hours".