The Game Awards 2021 Nominations Announced – IGN Daily Fix

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On today’s IGN The Fix: Games,

Geoff Keighley has announced the nominees for The Game Awards 2021, with Deathloop leading the pack with a total of nine nominations.

Halo Infinite’s head of creative, Joseph Staten has clarified why the early release of the game’s multiplayer mode is being treated as a beta until the full game’s official release date on December 8. 343 has also extended the multiplayer mode’s first season Battle Pass until May 2, 2022

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