Xbox Will Reportedly Announce Something at The Game Awards

Xbox has shown that it is not too shy about making mega announcements at the show since it showed off the Series X for the first time last year.

December 6, 2020

Microsoft has not been shy about making announcements at The Game Awards in the past. Last year, Xbox showed off the Xbox Series X for the very first time at the show. According to Jeff Grub from GamesBeat, Xbox might have another announcement for the show.

Grub teased the announcement during a GamesBeat video stream on Friday. He didn’t go into any other further detail on what the announcement could possibly be.

Microsoft has made some hints that it will be at the show in some capacity. The official Xbox Twitter account has tweeted to followers to tune into the show. The December Game Pass update also ended stating: “See you at the Game Awards friends!”

I know what many of you are thinking. Halo Infinite right? Unfortunately, Microsoft has already stated that the game will not be shown at the show. However, there will be a “high-level update” coming sometime soon.

As stated before, the Xbox team is not shy about making big announcements at the show. I mean, if they were willing to show the very first look at its brand new console, I think plenty of big-time news is in play. It should be noted though to not get your hopes up since this isn’t a confirmation directly from Microsoft.

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The Game Awards is going to be streamed live this coming week on Thursday, December 10. The show will begin at 3:30 pm PT/6:30 pm ET. Geoff Keighly has shared that the show will feature many celebrity appearances to give awards away. Some are prominent figures in the video game industry like Troy Baker and some are not so much.

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