Geoff Keighley is organizing a music concert to celebrate 10 years of The Game Awards. The concert will feature music from 12 games, including past winners like The Last of Us, as well as highly anticipated titles such as Final Fantasy XVI and Starfield. Other games to be featured include Hades, Elden Ring, and God of War, among others. However, some have criticized the inclusion of music from Hogwarts Legacy due to creator J.K. Rowling’s transphobic views.
Notably missing from the set list is Nintendo music, despite Keighley’s attempts to secure their participation. While there may be musical guests accompanying the orchestra, it remains to be seen if last year’s breakout star Pedro Eustache, aka Flute Guy, will return.
The concert takes place on June 25th, and tickets are available for purchase.