What time do The Game Awards start?

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The Game Awards are back tomorrow, December 1, and there’s a lot to look forward to. Here’s when all the gaming goodness will begin.

The annual video game award show, The Game Awards, will be back in our lives on Thursday. For gaming fans everywhere, it’s one of the best days of the year.

We get to see some of our favorite video games win some prestigious awards. And along with honoring the year’s best video games, there’s much, much more.

Before we get into that, be sure to tune in tomorrow, December 1, at 8:30 p.m. ET. It’ll be a treat to tune in and see all the surprises they have for us. You’ll be able to watch the show online via YouTube, Twitch, Facebook Live, Twitter, and Snapchat.

As stated before, other than the awards, there’s plenty more to look out for. For example, many world premieres of highly anticipated games have already been confirmed to have a presence at the show.

It’s already been announced that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be at the show. We aren’t sure what exactly Nintendo has in store for the audience and fans around the world, but we’re expecting some brand new footage of the game. A release date wouldn’t hurt either.

Another game that everybody’s very excited for is season 3 of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead. The release date for the first episode was revealed last week. Although we didn’t get a new trailer, we got news that we would see gameplay footage at The Game Awards.

One amazing detail to tune into is the honoring of visionary game developer, Hideo Kojima. After being robbed of his moment last year, he’ll be returning to the show this year to receive the Industry Icon award. He may even show off some new footage of his new IP, Death Stranding.

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Lastly, other than games, there will be many live performances, including one by Run the Jewels. Be sure to tune in.