That’s a wrap for the 2018 Game Awards. Not all of our predictions came true. After Red Dead Redemption 2 swept the early categories, God of War ended up winning the big prize. We were also happily surprised to see SonicFox use his speech to call Republicans the hatemongers they are. However, the easiest prediction every year for The Game Awards is that they will spend more time showing off commercials for upcoming big video games than celebrating past games. And fortunately, not every reveal was leaked ahead of time.

Here are the most exciting trailers from the 2018 Game Awards!

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order

The Marvel action-RPG is back! Exclusively on Nintendo Switch! Made by Team Ninja? Probably coming around the same time as Avengers: Endgame. So what does this mean for Square Enix’s Marvel project?

Mortal Kombat 11

We all knew a Mortal Kombat 11 was coming. But that it’s coming in just a few months, and also on Nintendo Switch, got us hyped for bloody brawls all over again.

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

Because you demanded it, they’re remaking the Crash Bandicoot racing game. Hope you’re pleased with yourselves.


The next game from Supergiant Games sure does look like Bastion/Transistor/Pyre. The only thing that gives us pause is its seemingly free-to-play roguelike nature. But see for yourself now on early access.

Persona 5 x Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

The first non-Piranha Plant DLC fighter for Super Smash Bros Ultimate is Joker from Persona 5. Here’s hoping this means Persona 5 itself also steals its way onto Nintendo Switch soon.

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Psychonauts 2

The weird investment scheme that seems to be funding Psychonauts 2’s development is what really breaks our brains, but this trailer seems to confirm it’s a real game at least.

Far Cry: New Dawn

Following-up on Far Cry 5’s dumb nuke ending, we can’t wait to see how Far Cry: New Dawn convinces us two women of color murdering a white man after the end of the world is somehow apolitical.

Dragon Age Dread Wolf Rises

This is Dragon Age 4… we guess. Honestly this is one of the thinnest trailers we’ve seen in some time and totally backs up claims this game won’t ready for years.

The Pathless

The Abzu developers trade artsy underwater swimming for artsy forest archery.

Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey

Any video game that just opens with “Africa” puts me on edge, but this seems to be an intriguing interactive look at the evolution of humanity.

The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe

The most meta PC adventure there is comes to consoles for the first time. We just hope it doesn’t make Davey Wreden depressed enough to make enough Beginner’s Guide.

The Outer Worlds

The new game from Obsidian would very much like you to remember it was made by the old Fallout guys, not the new Fallout 76 guys.

The Last Campfire

Now that people like No Man’s Sky again, Hello Games found the time to make another, and hopefully less dangerously overhyped, indie game.

Sayonara Wild Hearts

This stylish indie Switch announcement in hindsight should have prepared us for the Smash x Persona reveal.

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In addition to being on consoles, many of these games announced they will be on PC through the new Epic Games Store. So give a Game Award to Steam for “Game Store Most Under Siege.”

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