Every game announced at The Game Awards 2020

Mahirul Alam Chowdhury
By Mahirul Alam Chowdhury
5 Min Read
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Gaming’s biggest award show had showcased a lot of games, both new and previously announced. So we made a list of all of the games announced at The Game Awards 2020.

This year’s The Game Awards is probably one of the longest and packed shows than other times. Awarding a variety of awards, in addition to a lot of game trailers and premieres. Going for almost 4 hours long. Geoff Keighley and his co-presenters, along with the winners, showed us a lot of great game reveals.

Read more: The Game Awards 2020 results

Hence, here’s a compiled list of every game announced and revealed at The Game Awards 2020:

Loop Hero from Devolver Digital

Tchia Announced

A beautiful adventure game inspired from New Caledonia. Furthermore, the gameplay takes idea from legend of zelda.


Sea of Solitude Coming to Nintendo Switch

Shady Part of Me from Focus Home Interactive

Nier: Replicant ver.1.22474487139… Gameplay Revealed

New gameplay footage looks crisp and fluid as ever. Similarly as was the earlier titles.

Century: Age of Ashes Revealed

Sephiroth Announced As New Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighter

Sephiroth as the new DLC was probably one of the most suprising moments of the show.

Perfect Dark Revealed by Microsoft’s The Initiative

With a few rumors going around it seems all of it were true, with Microsoft reviving a classic fps.

Back 4 Blood Revealed From Turtle Rock Studios

Heavily inspired from the favourite Left 4 Dead. In fact, we might as well call it a sequel.

Hood: Outlaws and Legends Release Date Announced

Scavengers Opens Closed Beta

Forza Horizon 4 and Cyberpunk 2077 Crossover

The Callisto Protocol Announced

A survival horror game much like Dead Space. Moreover, this is coming from the Dead Space creator.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide Gameplay Revealed

Open Roads Announced

In addition to the beautiful art style, the game offers mystery solving and a thrilling story.

Disco Elysium Final Cut Announced

Dragon Age 4 from BioWare

Although no gameplay was shown.

Endless Dungeon Announced

Crimson Desert Gameplay Trailer

Indie Game Season Revealed for PS5

Ark 2 Announced

Ark 2 is heading to Xbox Series X|S. In addition to an animated series.


Outriders New Trailer

Evil Dead The Game

Ghosts n Goblins Resurrection for the Nintendo Switch


It Takes Two Gameplay Trailer

Joseph Fares and Hazelight’s next co-op adventure.

Super Meat Boy Forever Gets Release Date

Oddworld: Soulstorm Coming Spring 2021

The Elder Scrolls Online: Gates of Oblivion Announced

Finally, ESO is bringing Oblivion to the game.


New Trailer for Monster Hunter Rise and Demo

An exciting trailer, in addition, a demo is now playable.

Scarlet Nexus Release Window Announced

Just Cause Mobile

Of course, it’s a common occurrence nowadays. However, not all mobile games do well. Hence, let’s hope for the best.

Ruined King: A League of Legends Story

Mass Effect Teaser Trailer

It seems we will be getting a new Mass Effect game, in addition to a Dragon Age. Hence, a lot is riding on BioWare now.

Microsoft Flight Simulator for Xbox Series X|S

Microsoft’s next-gen console is a beast. Consequently, this game coming to Xbox was just a matter of time. That being said, the game looks beautiful on the next-gen consoles.


Furthermore, new seasons for both Fall Guys and Warzone was announced. As well as a new character for Overcooked.

In conclusion, The Game Awards 2020 has been an awesome show. Full of surprises and wishes fulfilled. New gameplay trailers looked amazing. Especially Nier Replicant.

Moreover, Crimson Desert is what to look out for. Both gameplay and visuals look stunning. Nevertheless, The Game Awards 2020 has been a successful and exciting show. We saw fierce competition in addition to some star-studded hosts.

Similarly, 2021 is packing heat and likewise, competition will be fierce.

Until next year.

Mahirul Alam Chowdhury is a writer and HR Manager at GameRiv.