Here are the best trailers from the Game Awards

Marlene Weaver
December 9, 2017

Among other winners on the night, team action game Overwatch was released in 2016 but here returned to collect Best Ongoing Game and Best eSports Game, while Nintendo added three more to its tally via Best Family Game for Super Mario Odyssey, Best Strategy Game for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, and Best Handheld Game (a de facto Best 3DS Game category) for Metroid: Samus Returns.

The developers of Firewatch has started making a new game.

Perhaps the most highly anticipated moment on the night was the reveal of gameplay footage for the new map in PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds.

The last SoulCaliber released in 2012 for the last generation of consoles and after a long intermission Bandai Namco's fighting game is back.

The DLC follows Link saving the world in the main game, but then a new adventure opens up for the four characters - Revali, Daruk, Urbosa, and Mipha - within it, and, as you can see in the debut trailer for Champions Ballad, it's action packed. The game also now has an official date for its 1.0 formal release being December 20.

Media Molecule's upcoming title Dreams will be available for PlayStation 4 in 2018. The game is "coming soon" to Playstation4, Xbox One, and Steam.

A new FPS game from the creators of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, Painkiller and Bulletstorm is revealed during the event.

Another VR game this time a joint effort by Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland and Stanley Parable creator William Pugh titled "Accounting +" looks to be a weird game coming to Playstation later this month.

Her you go fellas.

Okay, so this one isn't really much of a trailer, but the prospect of a new game from the masochists that brought us Bloodborne and the Dark Souls series alone is enough to get the hardcore gamers salivating.

Also, don't forget to saty tuned for the full list of Game Awards winners of this year.

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