Everything you missed at The Game Awards, including the bizarre Death Stranding trailer

Hideo Kojima's mysterious new game has another baffling teaser.

One of the big events in the gaming calendar is The Game Awards – and the new trailers that tend to be premiered there.

The 2017 event was no different, with several big forthcoming releases teased in new videos, including a look at the highly anticipated and still very mysterious Death Stranding.

The game, which still does not have a release date, is from industry veteran Hideo Kojima, the man behind Metal Gear Solid.

There was also a first look at the new game from Campo Santo, the studio behind the award-winning Firewatch.

In The Valley Of Gods will be like Firewatch in that it is a first-person, narrative-driven game, and is set to launch in 2019. But that’s all we know for now.

One of the cult hits of the year, Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds was also in the spotlight as the online battle royale shooter revealed its eagerly anticipated second map.

Called Miramar, it’s an expansive desert location dotted with urban sites and other landmarks for players to skirmish in.

Forthcoming co-op game A Way Out was a big reveal at E3 earlier in the year – with its two-player only format and in-depth story of breaking out of prison and surviving on the run looking like a refreshing approach.

At the Game Awards a new look was offered on the game, as well as the commendable news that friends will only need to buy one copy between a pair, the owner able to invite a friend to play the whole game with them for free.

Because there will never be enough zombie games in the world, another was announced as being on the way. But not just any zombie game -a new adaptation of book-turned-film World War Z.

The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, which won big on the night, including being named game of the year, also confirmed the launch of its second expansion pack, The Champions’ Ballad.

And it includes a motorcycle.

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