The Game Awards 2014 gave us Koji Kondo’s performance with Imagine Dragons, and our last look at how The Legend of Zelda Wii U’s development was shaping up. It’s back on Thursday 3rd December, with a global livestream promising world premiere trailers, musical performances and award presentations.
Backed by mobile-first social entertainment platform go90, The Game Awards 2015 will be streamed across YouTube, Twitch, Steam, PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, with special Game Awards Sales discounting select digital games to accompany the show.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime remains on the advisory board, accompanied by Hideo Kojima and executives from Activision, Electronic Arts, Microsoft, Rockstar Games, Sony Computer Entertainment America, Telltale Games, Ubisoft, Valve and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
“2015 has been a blockbuster year for gaming, and now, with the help of go90, we are going to take The Game Awards to the next level,” comments producer Geoff Keighley. “This year we plan to put fans at the centre of the show – and give them special opportunities to interact with us by using their gaming consoles, mobile devices and computers.”
The Game Awards 2015 will air live from Los Angeles on Thursday 3rd December at 6pm PT (9pm ET), with tickets to attend in person to become available on Thursday 12th November.