The Game Awards 2023 Announcement - all major games announced

The list of new and upcoming titles announced at The Game Awards 2023 is quite long, and hence here we have compiled all major games announced at TGA 2023.

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The Game Awards 2023 Announcement - all major games announced

This year's Game Awards, a celebration of the technical and artistic achievements in the video game industry, took place on Thursday night. With six nominations, including the prestigious Game of the Year, Baldur's Gate 3 was the clear winner of The Game Awards. It was also a night filled with major video gaming revelations, from eagerly anticipated announcements like Hideo Kojima and Xbox's OD to brand-new AAA titles like Capcom's Monster Hunter: Wilds. 

Here’s a summary of the night's most memorable moments and the major Game Awards 2023 games announcements.

Marvel’s Blade

Marvel’s Blade, developed by Arkane Lyon, grabbed attention with its teaser featuring Blade in a barber’s chair, teasing an intense experience. While lacking a release window, the teaser has gamers checking Twitter every ten minutes for updates!


A sci-fi role-playing game featuring time-dilation elements called Exodus was unveiled by Archetype Entertainment, a team made up of former BioWare developers. The primary character, The Traveler, was presented to players in the first trailer, which promised an engaging story with intricate temporal elements.

Monster Hunter Wilds

The upcoming action game in the franchise, Monster Hunter Wilds, has been revealed by Capcom. Although the trailer only showed a small portion of the game, the title implies that it may include far broader areas than prior entries. In the trailer, a hunter swings between a few smaller monsters while riding an ostrich-like vehicle across a vast desert. Although no big creatures were shown, the trailer ended with a view of a vast region from the top of a cliff.

Black Myth: Wukong

While the West is still a long way off, Black Myth: Wukong offers a detailed look at its bosses, worldbuilding, and gameplay to pass the time. The beautiful Soulslike, which is based on the beloved novel Journey to the West, looks like a promising journey with its fluid combat, expansive landscapes, and rich monster design. It's set for release on August 20, 2024, across multiple platforms.

Dragon Ball: Sparking! Zero

Dragon Ball: Sparking! Zero, the long-awaited title for Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi fans, teased dynamic action and familiar faces from the original manga and anime. Although there isn't a release date for the anime fighting game yet, the announcement trailer looks like it will be exciting.

Apart from the quick-paced action and destructible arenas, a large roster featuring well-known characters from the past of the original manga and anime is also planned. Moreover some "new genre-defining features" are also planned for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC versions of the game.

Final Fantasy 16 DLC

In the realm of expansions and DLCs, Final Fantasy XVI announced two. The first is Echoes of the Fallen, a new chapter set before Final Fantasy XVI's final fight in which the entire gang (too soon, guys!) collaborates to look into more crystals. Whereas Clive will battle Leviathan (the game's iconic Eikon that was absent from the first version) in the second DLC, The Rising Tide. The second Final Fantasy 16 DLC Fallen is set to release in the spring of 2024 whereas Final Fantasy 16 Echoes of the Fallen is available now.

God of War Ragnarok DLC

For lovers of God of War, an early Christmas present has arrived! The free God of War Ragnarok Valhalla DLC pack is scheduled to release on December 12th. Kratos fights several well-known enemies in the next expansion, including Draugrs, Einherjars, and others. Greek mythological enemies—Cyclops are also anticipated to make an appearance.

Metaphor: ReFantazio

In a word, magnificent. ATLUS's much-awaited high-fantasy role-playing game, which combines elements of steampunk and the Persona series' design language, is looking incredibly chic. Players can expect a different kind of experience; instead of high school classmates, teachers, or a talking cat, there are fairies, strange boats, and flamboyant enemies. A high-fantasy RPG with a steampunk vibe showcased turn-based combat and a unique setting. It's slated for a Fall 2024 release on Xbox and PC.


Although Kojima declined to comment on the game's parameters, OD is described as "a game, don't get me wrong; it's a movie but at the same time a new type of medium." The game is marketed as a third-person survival horror game. Sophia Lillis, Hunter Schafer, and Udo Kier repeat the same words in the star-studded teaser for OD, which concludes with a terrifying scream.

The Finals

The Finals, the eagerly awaited team-based multiplayer shooter, is now out! Its Season 1 teaser, a surprise shadow drop, emphasizes the need to cause the most destruction possible by going all out with the chaos and action.

At launch, it will have the Cashout and Bank-It modes in addition to four maps, one of which is themed after Las Vegas. A practice range, ranked and unranked tournaments, and a battle pass that allows users to unlock currency as well as different cosmetics are all included.

Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2

The much-awaited Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2 will be a formidable and demanding project. With Senua narrating in a spooky voice, the new trailer provides an even closer look at some gameplay and cinematics: "I can feel them on my skin." Every death bled into the pen. I won’t stop fighting for them until the very last beat fades away.”

Rise of the Rise of the Ronin

Ronin, an open-world samurai game from Team Ninja released on PS5 in 2025, transports players to a time when the Tokugawa Shogunate ruled over Japan. It's a visual feast that features slick cinematography, violent fighting, and a captivating storyline—the ideal combination of elements that builds to an engrossing dance of guns, katanas, and everything in between.

Jurassic Park Survival

Jurassic Park Survival, set one day after the events of the original Jurassic Park, introduces Dr. Maya Joshi as the protagonist in a first-person action game. 

The new addition to Jurassic Park, which is set on Isla Nubar only a day after the events of the first Jurassic Park, stars Dr. Maya Joshi as the main character. In the teaser, she can be seen evading well-known dinosaurs like the enormous T-Rex. The project is still in the early stages of development, but it will have action and stealth gameplay when it launches on the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Tales of Kenzera: ZAU

Tales of Kenzera: ZAU, a Metroidvania game, highlights magical battles and aerial stunts, set for release on April 23, 2024, on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

Tales of Kenzera: ZAU features side-scrolling action, airborne stunts, and magical fights. The game, which was developed with assistance from the Ridley Scott Creative Group and the celebrity tabletop crew Critical Role, centers on a young shaman who makes a deal with the God of Death to keep his father from going blind. Moreover, the creator and CEO of Sergent Studios, Abubakar Salim, provides the voice of the main character. 

Warframe: Whispers in the Wall

Warframe's Whispers in the Wall update promises new missions, NPCs, and the long-awaited cross-save feature.

A new update for Warframe includes a significant amount of star power. Players can explore the secret Orikin labs buried inside the meteor in Deimos with the Whispers in the Wall expansion, which will also introduce them to new bosses, factions, NPCs, and tasks. More importantly, it marks the gradual rollout of the eagerly anticipated cross-save capability. 

Lost Records: Bloom and Rage

Lost Records: Bloom and Rage, from the creators of Life is Strange, follows a group of friends confronting a buried secret, promising player choices and non-linear storytelling in late 2024.

Swann, Nora, Autumn, Kat, and other friends are observed as they get back in touch after a 27-year absence to "confront a long-buried secret that made them promise to never speak again." Comparing them side by side, it appears that the new game, which emphasizes player choices and time-hopping, non-linear storytelling, has some thematic and narrative similarities to the Life is Strange series. 

The First Berserker: Khazan

The First Berserker: Khazan, an ARPG or Soulslike title, emphasizes sleek hack-and-slash action, precision parrying, and customization.

The game combines all the slick hack-and-slash action with a gritty presentation, fashionable takedowns, and customization; however, what's most noticeable is that the game seems to emphasize evading and deft parrying more than anything else. At a later time, the PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S will all get the single-player game.

Other New and Exciting Titles Announced at TGA 2023 

Several indie titles were also announced, including Pony Island 2: Panda Circus, The Rise Of The Golden Idol, Usual June, Harmonium The Musical, Windblown, and more, each offering unique gameplay experiences.

Here's a summary of the announcements made during the gaming event:

  1. Pony Island 2: Panda Circus: An open-world game that mixes first-person gameplay and 2D game elements. No release date yet, but it promises an eclectic blend of gaming experiences.
  2. The Rise Of The Golden Idol: A follow-up to The Curse Of The Golden Idol, offering a stylish art design and 15 cases. Launching in 2024 across various platforms.
  3. Usual June: Follows June, a college student who interacts with ghosts, offering third-person action-adventure gameplay. It is expected in 2025 on PC with an original conspiracy story.
  4. Harmonium The Musical: A musical adventure told through American Sign Language, featuring a young deaf girl named Melody Mecato. Coming to Xbox/Game Pass and Netflix.
  5. Windblown: A fast-paced action rogue-like from the makers of Dead Cells, focusing on Leapers mastering different fighting styles. Early access in 2024 on PC with multiplayer.
  6. Thrasher: A cosmic racer involving controlling a space eel with gesture controls and evolving it. Arriving in 2024 for Meta Quest and other VR platforms.
  7. World of Goo 2: Surprise sequel to the original with similar gameplay and puzzling fun. Set for release in 2024.
  8. Big Walk: From the developers of Untitled Goose Game, a cooperative multiplayer where players explore and solve puzzles in the Australian bushland. Launching in 2025.
  9. Kemuri: A futuristic Japanese metropolis adventure from Ikumi Nakamura. Details remain scarce as it's in the early development stages.
  10. No Rest for the Wicked: Moon Studios' first ARPG, offering intense combat, quests, and online co-op in a painting-like world. Early access is planned for Q1 2024.
  11. The Casting of Frank Stone: A horror game by Supermassive Games and Behaviour, unveiling a gruesome mystery. Coming to PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC in 2024.
  12. Visions of Mana: A colorful 3D adventure following protagonist Val's journey. Scheduled for release in 2024 on consoles and PC.
  13. Honkai: Star Rail: New characters and planets were introduced, expanding the Honkai universe.
  14. Last Sentinel: Takes players to a future dystopian Tokyo with motorcycle-riding heroine Hiromi Shoda. No release date yet.
  15. The First Descendant: A free-to-play looter shooter featuring unique characters defending planets from invaders, expected to launch next summer.
  16. Den of Wolves: A co-op heist game blending themes from various popular movies, releasing on Steam Early Access and consoles with no specific release window yet.
  17. Exoborne: An open-world extraction shooter with PvP and PvE elements set in an apocalyptic U.S. No release date yet, aiming for a beta test in 2024.
  18. Asgard’s Wrath 2: A VR action RPG releasing on Meta Quest platforms on 15 December, featuring combat against Trickster God Loki.
  19. Light No Fire: An adventure, building, and exploration game promising a limitless open world. Developed by Hello Games, it's still in development.
  20. Stormgate: The first real-time strategy game announced, featuring Simi Liu in a playable character role. Set for early access next summer with free-to-play modes and unique faction campaigns.

Each game offers distinct gameplay experiences, ranging from horror and action-adventure to musical and racing genres. Overall, these were just a few of the thrilling announcements made during TGA 2023, revealing an exciting future for gaming across various genres and platforms.

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