What you need to know
- The Game Awards 2019 take place in December.
- Microsoft will showcase even more games at the event.
- Gears Tactics and Ori and the Will of the Wisps are confirmed to be in attendance.
- Xbox's Aaron Greenberg and Phil Spencer said they'll talk about more games before 2019 concludes.
The Game Awards 2019 take place in December, and host Geoff Keighley is hyping them up by teasing a number of amazing Microsoft Exclusives. Not only will Ori and the Will of the Wisps be there, but Gears Tactics — an XCOM-like title set in the Gears of War Universe — will also showcase new gameplay or possibly get a release date.
Lots of news yesterday from the @xbox team at #X019 The story continues @thegameawards TheGameAwards when Moon Studios presents a brand new look at @OriTheGame on December 12. pic.twitter.com/AhyOaBMy5e— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) November 15, 2019
At X019, Xbox's Aaron Greenberg and Phil Spencer said that more reveals will take place before the end of the year. Who knows, maybe the rumored Fable reboot at Playground Games will be revealed. Only time will tell. What do you want to see from The Game Awards 2019 and Microsoft's presence there? Let us know.
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