The Game Awards 2021 will have as guests Simu Liu, the actor from Shang-Chi, and Sting, who will interpret What Could Have Been from Arcane, the League of Legends series.
The Game Awards 2021 will take place in just over a week, and they have already been announced the first two guests of the gala. And although its presenter Geoff Keighley said that “it’s great to have celebrities or music, but the important thing is to focus on the games,” the first two announced presenters come from the world of film and music.
They are about Simu liu, actor from the popular Marvel movie Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, who has become one of the most charismatic young actors
On the other hand, the very Sting, the musician and singer of The Police who will interpret What Colud Have Been, the song of the series Arcane: League of Legends.
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Last year, the gala also had numerous guests from the world of cinema. The director of Tenet, Christopher Nolan, was the one who presented the award for Game of the Year. In 2109, they were Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez, from Fast & Furious, who delivered the GOTY.
There are going to be between 40 and 50 ads and a dozen “World Premieres” games never seen before. One such ad has been in the works for two and a half years, Keighley said, and there are already theories about what it might be.
The Game Awards will take place on Thursday December 9. In CET time, peninsular Spanish, it will really be on the 10th at 1:30 in the morning, that is, the early morning from Thursday to Friday.
Deathloop, It Takes Two, Metroid Dread, Psychonauts 2, Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart and Resident Evil Village start as candidates for Best Game 2021. This is the full list of nominees. The next few days we should meet more presenters.
Will there be surprises among the guests at the gala? While next week rolls around, we leave you with a list of the 10 worst video games of 2021…