Update: From the time this publication was published, Kotaku has clarified that what Geoff Keighley said in the interview has been taken out of context and, in fact, did not imply any sixth specific series of a series.
The Game Awards are less than a week away and players from around the world will be tuned to see which games they win big and which ones will go home empty-handed. The Game Awards also sees many big names in the industry making appearances and you can also expect great game news.
As we inform, Geoff Keighley, the creator of The Game Awards, has already confirmed that the Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima will be attending as a presenter and has also caused us to expect some great news.
While talking on Kotaku's Splitscreen podcast, Keighley revealed that there will be a lot of ads for games we already know, and those we do not know. He kept his lips tight when it comes to details, but said we can expect to see a thirty-second CG trailer for a sixth entry into a "crazy" franchise.
There's been a lot of speculation about what game the Keighley franchise could average. Metal Gear Solid 6? Halo 6? A sixth game in the Soulsborne franchise? The Elder Scrolls 6? We will have to wait until the awards to find out, but we are very excited.
The Game Awards is scheduled to be held in Los Angeles on December 7 and will be broadcast to those who can not be there on YouTube. and Twitch.