As we march closer to The Game Awards 2014 on Friday, Producer Geoff Keighley revealed a few more of the world premiere surprises they have for the event, including a “new look” at No Man’s Sky. At PlayStation Experience the next day, there will be the mysterious A Night Under No Man’s Sky.
Sticking with PlayStation 4 games, Keighley also revealed that we’ll be getting a new look at The Order: 1886 and Bloodborne at The Game Awards. They’ll both also be present at PS Experience, with The Order offering up “never-before-seen” playable gameplay.
As well, Keighley revealed Marty O’Donnell as the composer for the fanfare, there will be a Sierra Online tribute, and the new King’s Quest game will get a world premiere:
The Game Awards Twitter account isn’t staying silent either, confirming there will actually be 18 “or so” world premieres at the event, up from the dozen Keighley previously said.
So far, we know about the Metal Gear Online, No Man’s Sky, Bloodborne, The Order: 1886, and King’s Quest world premieres.