The best trailers announced at Game Awards 2023

With The Game Awards now concluded, the curtains have fallen in the empty theater of Los Angeles, leaving thrilled game developers adorning their mantels with the coveted statuettes. While the awards themselves hold significance, the true allure of The Game Awards lies in the anticipation of reveals and trailers, and this year lived up to expectations. Boasting a lineup of over a dozen announcements, here are the standout moments that shone the brightest among them.

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Jurassic Park: Survival

After a hiatus of a few years without a new Jurassic Park game, and even longer without a proper adventure title, Jurassic Park: Survival emerges on the scene. Set just a day after the events of the first film, the game promises an abundance of stealthy action as players navigate the perilous task of avoiding hungry dinosaurs. While a specific release date is yet to be unveiled, the game is slated to launch on Xbox X/S, PlayStation 5, and PC platforms.

Marvel’s Blade

Gear up, hunters! Your favorite daywalker, Blade, is getting his own video game. And guess what? The talented team behind Deathloop and Dishonored 2, Arkane Lyon, is at the helm! While Arkane’s recent vampire shooter, Redfall, didn’t quite hit the mark, there’s hope they’ll translate their expertise and inject it into this Marvel hero’s adventure. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait a while to sink our teeth into this game, as neither a release date nor platforms have been announced. But one thing’s for sure: with Arkane’s track record, this Blade game has the potential to be a blood-soaked masterpiece.

Monster Hunter Wilds

Attention, monster slayers! Capcom roars onto the scene with Monster Hunter Wilds, a direct sequel to the critically acclaimed Monster Hunter World. Prepare to face a ferocious menagerie of colossal creatures, wield devastating weaponry, and explore vibrant environments in this upcoming action RPG. Monster Hunter Wilds promises to unleash an exhilarating adventure on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. Stay tuned this summer for more details and prepare to sharpen your hunting skills – the monstrous hunt begins soon!

Big Walk

Seeking a serene escape? House House, the studio behind the mischievous Untitled Goose Game, invites you to embark on a tranquil journey with Big Walk. This upcoming multiplayer walking simulator encourages exploration and collaboration as you and your friends amble through a breathtaking wilderness, uncovering hidden secrets along the way. Immerse yourself in the calming atmosphere and forge lasting memories with Big Walk, set to launch on Steam and the Epic Games Store in 2025. Breathe in the fresh air, reconnect with nature, and enjoy the simple pleasure of a walk in the company of loved ones. Be prepared to be surprised and delighted by the hidden wonders that await you on your Big Walk.


Returning after the success of Dead Cells, Motion Twin introduces another roguelike adventure with Windblown. This upcoming release boasts a rapid pace, aiming to bring “a whole new level of speed to the action rogue-like genre.” Diverging from the sidescrolling format that defined Dead Cells, Windblown offers a distinctive break from its predecessor’s formula. Scheduled for a 2024 launch on PC, it is anticipated that console versions will follow suit.


Archetype Entertainment, a game development studio comprised of ex-Bioware, Naughty Dog, and other AAA developers, presents its inaugural title, Exodus. This sci-fi RPG delves into the consequences of time dilation, exploring the concept that time unfolds more leisurely for those engaged in high-velocity space journeys. Featuring cinematic visuals and an emphasis on player choice, Exodus is currently under development for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. While the game’s release date is yet to be announced, its promising features offer an enticing glimpse into the upcoming experience.


Contrary to expectations, Hideo Kojima is not solely focused on Death Stranding 2. The renowned developer has been actively involved in crafting the cinematic horror game OD, formerly known as Overdose. Touted as an experience like nothing seen before, Kojima’s pedigree suggests an innovative venture. The project boasts involvement from filmmaker Jordan Peele and features actors Sophia Lillis, Hunter Schafer, and Udo Kier. Though details are currently sparse, typical of a Kojima creation, OD is set to launch on Xbox X/S and PC in the future.