We never really know what to expect when it comes to Geoff Keighley and his video game events. The man has put on many an award show and hosted anything from E3 to Blizzcon and beyond. But with the Lawbreakers Twitter account sending out an image simply displaying December 1 - the date of the show - we know there's more news coming of Cliff Bleszinski's multiplayer shooter.
In the same vein as Randy Pitchford hinting at a Gearbox-related event on the same date, Cliff Bleszinski himself will likely be around the show to share some new information about his upcoming gravity-centric competitive blaster.
With the game already going through alpha testing and numerous gameplay demos open to the public at places like Gamescom and PAX, Lawbreakers has traveled the world this year after ditching its original F2P format in favor of a more traditional pay-to-play approach.
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Coming from NEXON - a popular games portal handling a variety of F2P titles like Maple Story, Mabinogi and Ghost in the Shell - it came as a surprise when Bleszinski announced that his new studio 'Boss Key Productions' would go forward with a F2P title with the Korean-based publisher after his departure from Epic Games after 20 years of service.
Fans are speculating anything from an open beta announcement to another new character for the class-based shooter; but the Twitter page isn't offering any hints. We'll have to wait out the countdown and see what old King Cog delivers on Thursday.