Geoff Keighley is back once again with The Game Awards 2022. This year (like previous years) has included some incredible games from both big and small developers and while there are only a handful of games nominated for Game of the Year, I’d like to think that doesn’t mean the rest of the nominees aren’t worthy of the title. Keighley’s show allows the medium to be celebrated in a way that only Keighley can provide.
For years, Geoff Keighley has been honing his craft and making the seasonal event a can’t miss showcase for publishers, studios, and fans. Across both Summer Game Fest and The Game Awards, we have two best-in-class showcases that bring their own personality to the table. Last year’s The Game Awards saw EA and Hazelight Studios’ It Takes Two take home the coveted Game of the Year Award in a year filled with big releases including Elden Ring and God of War Ragnarok.
Tune in this year as The Game Awards streams live on Thursday, December 8, 2022, from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles beginning at 7:30 ET with a pre-show before kicking off at 8:00 PM ET.
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