Focus Home Interactive Has Three Major Premieres at The Game Awards 2020

Focus Home Interactive Has Three Major Premieres at The Game Awards 2020

Focus Home Interactive teases announcements for The Game Awards 2020.

Focus Home Interactive will share more about its upcoming multiplayer game, Hood: Outlaws & Legends, tonight at The Game Awards 2020. The event will kick-off in over 12 hours and millions of gamers around the world, developers included, are eager to see who will eventually win the Best Game award in the eerie year of 2020. That being said, the event isn’t all about announcing winners. A major part of The Game Awards’ hype is because of the new showcases that we are about to see from the upcoming games. There are many great titles coming out in 2021, and probably more exciting ones that haven’t been announced yet.

While we already know some of the premieres of the show have already been revealed, more companies confirm their presence at the event as we get closer to the opening of The Game Awards 2020. In a recent tweet, Focus Home Interactive officially confirmed that they will make an appearance at Keighley’s show tonight, sharing a new trailer from Hood: Outlaws & Legends along with two additional major reveals.

https://twitter.com/FocusHome/status/1336709440930660354?s=20

Originally announced in August this year, Hood: Outlaws & Legends is a new project from Sumo Digital, the developer behind Crackdown 3 and Sackboy: A Big Adventure. The game represents a PvPvE competitive multiplayer setting, where two groups of rival outlaws try to steal a treasure from a heavily guarded castle secured by AI enemies. Each team should use a precise plan for sneaking into the castle, get rid of the guards, and grab the treasure before the rival outlaws get their hands on it. The game targets a 2021 release on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Regarding the fact that Focus Home Interactive works with many various studios, it’s a bit hard to guess what the other two reveals would be, but recently there were some rumors around Deck 13, suggesting that their next project might be a new IP rather than a sequel to The Surge 2. So, we might be lucky to have a look at Deck 13’s next project during the show.

The Game Awards 2020 goes live tonight at 6:30 PM ET.