The most obvious choice to present something at The Game Awards just finally made his entrance. Keanu Reeves is the latest celebrity to add their name to gaming’s biggest awards ceremony, and we are 100% unsurprised.
Cyberpunk 2077 arrives at midnight tonight at Keanu Reeves is the star of that game’s show. Following his “breathtaking” performance at E3 2019, there’s really no way Keanu could skip The Game Awards in 2020, even though Cyberpunk 2077 won’t be eligible to take home best anything at this year’s awards ceremony.
But who cares? It’s Keanu. Whatever happens, it’ll be great because it’s Keanu.
There’s apparently going to be a whole bunch of celebs at this year’s Game Awards, including Brie Larson, Gal Gadot, Tom Holland, and Eddie Vedder. Reggie Fils Aime is staying in the games industry by being a presenter even though he’s ostensibly retired, and even The Swedish Chef will show up to confuse and delight audiences the world over.
There’s also going to be a ton of game reveals too. Dragon Age 4 is getting teasers ahead of a Game Awards reveal, and The Elder Scrolls Online is promising a new trailer for some sort of expansion. And then there’s the pre-show AMA with even more game announcements, and GeForce Now will be streaming game demos all evening long.
Sadly, Cyberpunk 2077’s earlier delay meant that it no longer qualifies for The Game Awards 2020, but given how there’s going to be plenty of DLC coming in 2021, it’ll probably still be fresh in everyone’s mind for when it’s time to start talking about The Game Awards 2021.
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