The Game Awards

Geoff Keighley has confirmed a handful of the games that will be debuting new trailers and footage at this Friday's Game Awards in Las Vegas.

PlayStation exclusives Bloodborne and The Order: 1886 are among the 12 world premieres – which will see a mix of new footage from known games and entirely new announcements – as well as PS4 and PC title No Man's Sky.

Keighley, who helped organise the event which will replace the Spike TV Video Game Awards, confirmed the three games in tweets sent out yesterday.

Metal Gear Online will be among the debuts, with series creator Hideo Kojima set to be in attendance.

Sixteen awards will be decided by a jury of 28 members of the international video game media, including the usual Game of the Year, Developer of the Year, and genre-specific awards. A further five awards will be decided by fan vote, including Most Anticipated Game and E-Sports-related categories.

The awards ceremony will take place in Las Vegas on 5 December and can be streamed live through a host of services, including those of the major console manufactures, Steam, Twitch and YouTube.