God of War Ragnarok Song Blood Upon The Snow To Be Performed At The Game Awards
Earlier this month, when God of War Ragnarok first launched, developer Santa Monica Studio released a song to mark the occasion called 'Blood Upon The Snow', written and composed by popular artist Hozier. If you haven't heard it yet, you probably will soon as it's been announced that Blood Upon The Snow will be performed live for the first time during The Game Awards next month.
Those who have regularly tuned into The Game Awards will know that Geoff Keighley and co like to break up the adverts with a musical performance related to a certain game or series. Last year, Sting performed the Arcane song 'What Could Have Been' while the most famous example would probably be Ali Edwards' performance of Devil Trigger in 2018. Now it's been revealed that Hozier will hit the stage this year, announced via the official Game Awards Twitter account.
If you want to see the live performance, you'll need to tune into The Game Awards on December 8. It'll be a bit of a late one too for all you Europeans out there, as the show is scheduled to kick off at 4:30 PM PT which is 12:30 AM GMT. The show usually lasts for a couple of hours too, so you might want to take that into account as The Game Awards also falls on a school night.
It looks like there's going to be some fierce competition for certain awards this year too, as there are several categories where anyone could win it. Apart from the obvious Elden Ring and God of War Ragnarok clash for Game of the Year, another category with an intense rivalry is the Best Adaptation award. With both Arcane and Cyberpunk: Edgerunners duking it out for the grand prize, there's no telling who will come out on top in this one.
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