The Game Awards are the ultimate spot for announcements related to the world of gaming other than E3. The Game Awards will be taking place 12 December which is a Thursday and I am pretty hyped for it. The show will last around 2.5 hours and most of the stuff this year will be brand new games. Keighley previously teased the show will be "very special" and center around big game reveals.
But despite seeming to be nearly a shoe-in, given the recent leak of artwork onto PSN, Resident Evil 3 will not be there. One commenter asked if there were any leaks, in particular, Keighley was anxious about coming out ahead of the show, "like what happened with Resident Evil 3". Nevertheless, don't anticipate the heavily-rumored Resident Evil three: Nemesis remake or different rumored titles to make an look on the present, regardless of what the web may suppose.
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Keighley clarified that there will be no announcements related to the leaked Resident Evil 3 Remake.
Capcom won't reveal Resident Evil 3 Remake at The Game Awards 2019, host Geoff Keighley confirms. "A lot of these "leaks" are completely wrong", he said. Joker has been the first character shown to its Fighters Pass and there is one slot left to be shown, so it would seem sensible to disclose character in The Sport awards, notably as Super Smash Bros. For 10 new games, totally worth it! The survival horror series is popular worldwide and it's safe to say that revealing the game at Jump Festa wouldn't get the attention that Capcom are certainly looking to get. Furthermore, Keighley claimed that none of the "leaks" surrounding The Game Awards are true. Checkin with Screen Rant for policy of this big event as it really happens.