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The Game Awards 2019 to feature ‘around 15 brand new game announcements’, Resident Evil 3 remake is not one of the announcements

Jingo

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Dec 10, 2017
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This is an award show, geoff trows announcements to bring people to watch, but it isnt the main focus of the show, personally i like to see the awards and winners of the show, its a much better way to enjoy it, if you go watch to see if the best next thing comes out of there, you ll be disappointed and dont enjoy .
 

Dark Cloud

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Oct 27, 2017
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Could be. Oblivion launched just a few months after Xbox 360. At least Starfield will have had more years of production by 2020 than either Skyrim or FO4 had, so timing-wise, it's definitely possible, especially considering how much larger Bethesda now is than it used to be.
Eh maybe. I think it’ll end up being a late 2021 game.
 

RedHeat

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Oct 25, 2017
2,320
Probably the person's speculation based on the David Cage PC ports and ReadySet Heroes (tiny tiny game published by Sony) being EGS exclusive on PC

Cross-progression and cross-play would really benefit the console versions, particularly Switch
The only way I can see Warframe getting cross-play if the devs work towards a way to get update parity on all platforms.
 

Son of Sparda

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Oct 25, 2017
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>More gameplay is shown of Bayonetta 3. Set for release in November 2020.
>Shin Megami Tensei V's release date is revealed and set for September 25, 2020.


I love how it says "more gameplay shown of Bayonetta 3" when we've seen nothing besides a CG teaser lol
 
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mazi

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Oct 27, 2017
30,344
Is this true???

it's on 4chan so it must be



I love how it says "more gameplay shown of Bayonetta 3" when we've seen nothing besides a CG teaser lol
and no september game will get its exact date revealed in the december of the previous year.
 

TaleSpun

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Oct 25, 2017
5,216
and no september game will get its exact date revealed in the december of the previous year.
Naughty Dog actually did that with Uncharted 3, funny enough. TGAs were in November of that year with a UC3 trailer and a date for November of the next year.

They later said they came to fully regret that.
 

dtraposo

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Oct 25, 2017
1,142
Okay so my more or less realistic predictions (going to ignore stuff that has already been confirmed for this thing):

Remedy will give a date for the first Control DLC, The Foundation, with a trailer. The end of the trailer will tease the AWE expansion
AKA the apparent Alan Wake tie-in expansion.
They'll show some Elden Ring. It will be kind of brief and maybe not have as much gameplay as people are hoping for.
They'll announce the final Smash character for the fighter pass. I don't have a good guess who but I'm just going to go ahead and say it's the Doom marine.
There will be a new Cyberpunk trailer. It'll feature a new celebrity who will also be at the show. It won't be in the trailer because that's not "hype" but on Twitter they will announce it's been delayed to summer.
Playdead will reveal their next game, which has been described in their hiring sites as some kind of sci-fi third-person game where you have three axes of movement unlike Limbo/Inside. It will be the game of the show and have no release year attached.
IF they show Breath of the Wild 2 at all, it'll be some weird thing similar to the Game Awards from a few years back where Aonuma demos some new feature in the game instead of a proper trailer. It won't have a year attached to it even if it is coming out in 2020 because they know people have burned several times from the BOTW1 delays.
Fullbright will reveal their next game.
Bayonetta 3 will not be shown, but Doug Bowser will mention it's still being worked on in one of those interview interstitials with Geoff Keighley.
Babylon's Fall will be shown for the first time with gameplay and it will be kind of a let-down.
There will be a teaser for a new Nier game.
An indie that nobody's ever heard of will unveil a new game. It will prominently feature a quiet man walking around in third-person through nature and it will be mournful and sad. Geoff Keighley will call it an example of the diversity and specialness of games.
Kojima will be there and he will thank the Sam 'Porter' Bridges all around the world for all the connecting they're doing. They will show a new Death Stranding trailer even though the game is already out.
Fumito Ueda's genDESIGN will reveal a brief teaser for their next game.
There will be a new Doom Eternal trailer and it will continue to look very fun.
Todd Howard will present an award and everybody will be disappointed that he's not there to show Starfield or Elder Scrolls 6.
They will announce some kind of bizarre VR IP cash-in project by a developer people have heard of but don't necessarily have a lot of fondness for. Think Twin Peaks VR or Groundhog Day VR.
 

Mentalist

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Mar 14, 2019
2,365
Okay so my more or less realistic predictions (going to ignore stuff that has already been confirmed for this thing):

Remedy will give a date for the first Control DLC, The Foundation, with a trailer. The end of the trailer will tease the AWE expansion
AKA the apparent Alan Wake tie-in expansion.
They'll show some Elden Ring. It will be kind of brief and maybe not have as much gameplay as people are hoping for.
They'll announce the final Smash character for the fighter pass. I don't have a good guess who but I'm just going to go ahead and say it's the Doom marine.
There will be a new Cyberpunk trailer. It'll feature a new celebrity who will also be at the show. It won't be in the trailer because that's not "hype" but on Twitter they will announce it's been delayed to summer.
Playdead will reveal their next game, which has been described in their hiring sites as some kind of sci-fi third-person game where you have three axes of movement unlike Limbo/Inside. It will be the game of the show and have no release year attached.
IF they show Breath of the Wild 2 at all, it'll be some weird thing similar to the Game Awards from a few years back where Aonuma demos some new feature in the game instead of a proper trailer. It won't have a year attached to it even if it is coming out in 2020 because they know people have burned several times from the BOTW1 delays.
Fullbright will reveal their next game.
Bayonetta 3 will not be shown, but Doug Bowser will mention it's still being worked on in one of those interview interstitials with Geoff Keighley.
Babylon's Fall will be shown for the first time with gameplay and it will be kind of a let-down.
There will be a teaser for a new Nier game.
An indie that nobody's ever heard of will unveil a new game. It will prominently feature a quiet man walking around in third-person through nature and it will be mournful and sad. Geoff Keighley will call it an example of the diversity and specialness of games.
Kojima will be there and he will thank the Sam 'Porter' Bridges all around the world for all the connecting they're doing. They will show a new Death Stranding trailer even though the game is already out.
Fumito Ueda's genDESIGN will reveal a brief teaser for their next game.
There will be a new Doom Eternal trailer and it will continue to look very fun.
Todd Howard will present an award and everybody will be disappointed that he's not there to show Starfield or Elder Scrolls 6.
They will announce some kind of bizarre VR IP cash-in project by a developer people have heard of but don't necessarily have a lot of fondness for. Think Twin Peaks VR or Groundhog Day VR.
Groundhog Day VR is a thing that is actually happening though. Tequila Works is making it.
 

Tagyhag

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Oct 27, 2017
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I'm glad RE3 is not one of the announcements. We already know that's pretty much coming and this means there's another game that we don't know about that will be announced.