The Game Awards 2018 is happening now — officially, the show starts Thursday, Dec. 6, at 9 p.m. EST/6 p.m. PST, with a pre-show starting at 8:30/5:30 p.m — and you can watch it live right here. Geoff Keighley’s annual awards show promises at least 10 world premieres, live musical performances, and appearances from game developers and celebrities.
If you want to watch The Game Awards live, you can do so on just about every streaming platform: YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, Mixer and Facebook Live. You can also watch on Steam, PlayStation Network and Xbox Live. We’re hosting the 4K livestream, via YouTube, above.
What will be revealed at The Game Awards 2018? A new Far Cry game and a new role-playing game from Obsidian Entertainment, for certain. We’ll also get updates on Rage 2, Anthem and maybe a look at the future of Dragon Age. Executives from Sony and Microsoft will be on hand to present awards, so don’t be surprised if some PlayStation and Xbox news drops when they take the stage. It also sounds like Nintendo may have something related to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate — which drops Friday — to announce.
Finally, Anthony and Joseph Russo, the directors of Avengers: Infinity War and its follow-up, are also appearing at The Game Awards. They might show up with something to show for the announced (but still tightly under wraps) Avengers game from Eidos Montreal and Crystal Dynamics.
As for the rest, well, we’ll just have to watch.