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The 2017 Game Awards wasn't just a showcase of accolades for this year's best games: It was also a sneak peek at what's to come down the line.
We big reveals, small reveals, and a few surprises. Oh, and we still have no clue what Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding is about.
Here's each new trailer unveiled during the show:
World War Z
Some darn zombie's gonna try to take a bite out of you.
From the folks who brought you "Job Simulator" comes the only tropical vacation you'll ever be able to afford if your finances look anything like mine.
Bloodborne 2, maybe?
From Software is up to something. We don't know what. Yet.
In the Valley of Gods
The folks who brought us Firewatch is bringing us a game that looks to be Anakin Skywalker's worst nightmare.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild—The Champions' Ballad
Oh hey, we finally have some information about Breath of the Wild's story DLC! Better clear your backlog before the content hits-oh, too late, it's out now. RIP your neatly-organized schedule.
Big, showy anime-style fights with big, showy weapons. It's everything you live for.
Fortnite Battle Royale—50 vs 50
Blockade yourself on an island with your friends and slaughter your opponents. Everyone's doing it!
Fade to Silence
This appears to be a game about surviving in very cold, very brutal conditions. Might be nice to play when the summertime rolls around again.
Bayonetta 1, 2, and 3
Bayonetta is bringing triple trouble to the Nintendo Switch with re-releases of her first two games and Bayonetta 3. Just when I thought Nintendo had no bombshells left...
No, we still don't know what the hell is going on.
If you like your fantasy games grim and dark, The Astronauts has a treat for you.
We got another look at Dreams by Media Molecule. It looks very peaceful and restful. I'm sure we can all benefit from something peaceful and restful these days.
Wow, rude—oh wait, that's the name of this four-player cooperative shooter from 10 Chambers Collective. It's spooky-looking stuff.
The Game Awards ended on a cheerful note with a trailer for Metro Exodus. Is there anybody out there?