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Look out for Big Theatrical Moments

Where does the year go? It only seems 12 months ago that I was writing up a special watch post, inviting the Destructoid community to join us for The Game Awards 2021, and now I’m writing up a special watch post, inviting the Destructoid community to join us for The Game Awards 2022. Sunrise, sunset…

Yes, it’s that time of year again, as Geoff Keighley and pals, supported by an advisory board consisting of the most powerful company directors in gaming, take to the stage for a look back on mega hits that have been whirring in our HDDs (and SSDs) for the past year. And what a year it has been, populated with smash-hit sequels, epic adventure titles, the return of some M.I.A. IPs, and the debut of some entirely new worlds and characters. Sure, I know everything came out in the first three months of the year, but what’s a calendar chockful of 2021’s delayed games between friends?

And so, we’d like to invite you all to join us as we watch The Game Awards 2022. The pre-show kicks off in 30 minutes, with The Game Awards proper beginning at the top of the hour. Earlier today, Mr. Keighley suggested that this year’s event would be “probably the shortest show [we’ve done]“, and is expected to run 2:30, filled with trailers, world premieres, live performances, developer appearances, and, of course, the awards themselves. Keighley also promises some “Big Theatrical Moments”, so keep an eye out for those.

Of course, if you cannot watch the show this year, never fear, as we will be bringing you all of the big news and exciting reveals right here on the good ship Destructoid. And if you are sticking around for the show, then be sure to speak your brains in the comments, it’s always a fun time! Enjoy the show!

(You can watch the normal TGA 2022 feed in the video above, or watch a Live Reaction feed featuring our video crew in the stream below.)

Chris Moyse
Senior Editor - Chris has been playing video games since the 1980s. Former Saturday Night Slam Master. Graduated from Galaxy High with honors. Twitter: @ChrisxMoyse