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December 9, 2020

THE GAME AWARDS FESTIVAL ON STEAM/XBOX/GEFORCE NOW

The Game Awards Festival, a first-of-its-kind digital consumer event that brings the magic of hands-on gameplay demos to fans around the world, is back for the second year. The Game Awards Festival kicks off today on Steam, Xbox and GeForce NOW in anticipation of tomorrow’s global livestream of The Game Awards, the video game industry’s biggest annual year-end celebration – which will stream live and free across more than 45 platforms globally.

Find out more information on The Game Awards Festival here.

The Game Awards Festival will feature more than a dozen first-look game demos, available to play for a limited window. Some of the games that will release free, limited-time demos include:

  • Little Nightmares 2 (Bandai Namco, Steam)
  • Graven (3D Realms, Steam, GeForce NOW)
  • Echo Generation (Cococucumber, Steam/Xbox)
  • Song Of Iron (Escape, Steam/Xbox, GeForce NOW)
  • Olija (Devolver, Steam, GeForce NOW)
  • Disc Room (Devolver, Steam, GeForce NOW)
  • Guinea Pig Parlor (Jeff Mumm, Steam, GeForce NOW)
  • Anno (Lightning Games, Steam)
  • Ami (Lighthouse Studio, Steam, GeForce NOW)
  • Selfloss (Alex Goodwin, Steam, GeForce NOW)
  • A Juggler’s Tale (Mixtvision, Steam, GeForce NOW)

More playable titles will be announced in the coming days and during The Game Awards.

This year The Game Awards Festival breaks new ground by offering fans the opportunity to play demos on nearly any device, anywhere, instantly with NVIDIA GeForce NOW.  “Now you don’t have to worry about download times on Steam demos thanks to GeForce NOW,” said Geoff Keighley, producer, The Game Awards. “We’re excited to partner witH Nvidia to help make these game demos more accessible to more people.”  To learn more about The Game Awards Festival on GeForce Now visit geforcenow.com/game-festival

Thanks Alongside the Festival, Steam will air The Game Awards live and feature The Game Awards Sale, offering  limited-time discounts on The Game Awards nominees and featured titles.

The Game Awards will air live in 4K UHD from Hollywood, California, with special segments from other locations around the world. The host cities for The Game Awards will be digitally connected for an innovative celebration with live award presentations, musical performances, and spectacular world premiere game announcements.

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