The Game Awards keeps getting bigger and more ambitious from year to year. Thursday night’s show was no exception: For the first time, the awards included a console reveal, with Microsoft officially announcing that the new Xbox, called Series X, will arrive for the 2020 holidays.

Microsoft also announced one of the first titles scheduled to come to Series X, a sequel to Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice called Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II from Ninja Theory.

When it came to next-gen console news, however, Microsoft didn’t steal the spotlight fully. A Diablo-like “looter slasher” was also revealed during the show, Godfall, a PlayStation exclusive for the upcoming PlayStation 5.

Another big surprise was a teaser for The Wolf Among Us 2, a game that was previously canceled after the Telltale Games studio shut its doors last year. It isn’t clear what team is behind this revival, but we’re excited to find out more.

On the awards front, From Software’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice took home Game of the Year. Disco Elysium, the ambitious and dialogue-focused RPG from ZA/UM, took home a total of four awards.

Death Stranding won three categories out of its nine nominations. Its wins included best performance, from Mads Mikkelsen, and best game direction.

Several celebrities, both in and out of the gaming world, took the stage to announce different awards. Some of these faces include former Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime, E3 2019 darling Ikumi Nakamura, and Hollywood star Vin Diesel.

As for game trailers, streaming audiences around the globe saw stunning teasers for hotly anticipated titles like the Final Fantasy VII remake, Ghost of Tsushima, and a new Fast & Furious game called Fast & Furious Crossroads.

Overall, it was a show that had near nonstop action, in-between its rapid-fire game reveals, awards and performances from bands like Green Day and Chvrches.

What follows below is a retelling of the biggest game teases and release announcements, along with a complete list of award winners. And if you missed the show, you can re-watch it below.

The latest game reveals

Every year game publishers capitalize on the attention paid to The Game Awards to tease some of their top upcoming titles. Elise Favis and Gene Park break down the latest info on all the big reveals.