Unlike most awards, the biggest attraction of The Game Awards is not the praise itself: it's the multitude of new trailers and revelations that accompany them. (If you're curious, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild brought home the game of the year award this year). The 2017 edition of the show, which took place tonight, is no different. Its run time of more than an hour included announcements that covered everything from a new map for PUBG to a real motorcycle in Breath of the Wild . But if he was not able to catch everything, we have it covered. Here are all the important news to update.
New mode "50 vs. 50" for Fortnite
Fortnite has been very successful with its PUBG – as the "real battle" mode, and now the developer Epic will add a new way of playing to differentiate it a bit. From now on, players can jump to a new "50 vs. 50" variant of the experience, where two teams of 50 players will face each other in a massive battle to see which side remains standing. Interestingly, Epic says the mode will only be available for a limited time, so you may want to check battles as soon as you can.
A good look at the new desert map of PUBG  Not to be outdone, the developers behind PUBG wore the expected second map of the game Battle Royale, which takes place in a locality Desert called Miramar. It looks much scarcer than the current map of the game, with harsh desert lands that surround a handful of small cities. The new map will also feature new weapons and vehicles when it opens on December 20.
Co-op adventure A Way Out will launch in March and you'll get a free trial version
Revealed for the first time at E3 this year, A Way Out is a cooperative adventure of the team behind Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. Unlike most story-based games, it is explicitly designed to be played with another person, so today EA announced a new smart option for free trial; Those who buy the game will receive another copy to share with a friend, so they can play together. The editor also revealed the game's release date: A Way Out will be available on March 23 on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
World War Z is becoming a game
In case there are not enough zombie games for you, Book-turned-movie World War Z is now receiving an adaptation of a video game. Developed by Saber Interactive, there are not many details about the game, but it looks like what you would expect from an undead action experience: namely, hordes of zombies and many ways to dispense with them. It offers cooperative games for four players, and will hit the PS4, Xbox One and PC next year.
Software is doing … something new
The most mocking mockery on the show revealed that De Software: the iconic study behind Dark Souls and Bloodborne – He is doing something new, although unfortunately we have no idea what he really is. It does not even have a name yet. But based on the short clip, it looks bloody, and you can bet it will be difficult.
After Job Simulator comes Vacation Simulator
Newly acquired by Google, Owlchemy Labs is following its quirky virtual reality game Job Simulator with what appears to be an equally peculiar game called Vacation Simulator. Comes to Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR and HTC Vive, and that's how the studio describes it:
First JOBBED, now HOLIDAYS. Visit Vacation Island and experience RECREATION, optimal RELAXATION and classic human pastimes like SUNBURN. Vacation Island offers all this and more so you can discover the lost art of TIME OFF.
Campo Santo continues Firewatch with In the Valley of the Gods
For its second effort, Firewatch The Campo Santo study is heading to Egypt. Like its predecessor, In the Valley of Gods is a first-person narrative adventure. The study says that players "will explore a remote and ancient valley in the Egyptian desert, discovering treasures and betrayals in pursuit of a discovery that could give you fame and fortune, or leave you for dead, buried under the sand." Come to Steam, although you still do not know when.
The next big expansion of Breath of the Wild has a motorcycle
Nintendo finally revealed the release date for the second downloadable add-on for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild ] and it's incredibly soon: Zelda fans can grab it today. More importantly, the expansion, known as "The Ballad of Champions", will present a damn motorcycle. Really.
Soulcalibur has returned
Wrestling game revered Soulcalibur has returned with the sixth inning of the series, and the first since 2012. Not much is known about the weapon-based fighter, but Soulcalibur VI will arrive next year and will be available for PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Bayonetta 3 is about to arrive, and is an exclusive action study of Switch Switch
. Platinum Games revealed that the third entry of its acclaimed series Bayonetta is in the pipeline, and comes exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. We do not know much more about the game, but the studio also has something else: both the original Bayonetta and its sequel will be ported to the Switch and will be released in February.  A third Death Stranding trailer, and it's as strange as the rest
As it's becoming tradition, the former Metal Gear Solid intellectual author Hideo Kojima gave another insight of his new game Death Stranding in The Game Awards. And once again, the game, which has stars like Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen and Guillermo del Toro, is frankly strange. The latest breakthrough has a touch of Alien: Covenant but it also adds to strange alien monsters and the recurring appearance of a baby in a tube. The advance of the trailer is around eight minutes, although there are still no signs of gameplay, or something like a release date.