'Zelda,' 'Cuphead,' 'Hellblade' triple winners at The Game Awards 2017

'Zelda,' 'Cuphead,' 'Hellblade' triple winners at The Game Awards 2017

'Zelda,' 'Cuphead,' 'Hellblade' triple winners at The Game Awards 2017

Despite becoming the trendiest game of the year, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds seemingly went home empty handed at The Game Awards this year.

Host Geoff Keighley confirmed with Polygon that Battlegrounds did indeed win Best Multiplayer Game, beating out Destiny 2, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Splatoon 2, Fortnite, and Call of Duty: World War II.

"The Legend of 'Zelda: Breath of the Wild" got three big wins at The Game Awards. Developer PUBG Corp. debuted a new trailer for Battlegrounds' latest map, Miramar, which is set in a desert-like environment.

Thursday during The Game Awards in Los Angeles, as developers were being showered with well-deserved honors, other developers unveiled games that won't be out until next year or later.

Quite a few massive announcements and trailers wowed the audience and tantalized gamers. This game will be releasing on current-gen consoles and PC.

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All of the games will be available next week as a bundle, or you can purchase them separately. However, the rest of the promised Jak and Daxter games were still missing, until now.

Owlchemy Labs, the creator studio of Job Simulator, has reveled a new VR title, Vacation Simulator.

While the awards show itself seemed to go Nintendo's way, Nintendo made a decision to give back and in an immediate way; by presenting the second expansion for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Nintendo capitalised on the buzz of the game's 12 nominations to reveal more details of BOTW's second big expansion, surprising viewers with news that the DLC was being released that night. Since then, we have seen a handful of trailers for the game and they were as barmy as you'd hope from Kojima - and the new one is no different.

As far as the "awesome" that we discussed, there's some cool new stuff for Link to do within the game, including riding his beloved Epona with HORSE ARMOR (no, we're not kidding), as well as a horse-shaped motorcycle.

Which of the announcements from the Game Awards are you the most excited about?

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