The Game Awards Complete List of Winners

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Amidst all the game trailers/reveals last night, there were actually some awards given out during The Game Awards. Here are all the winners!

While trailers too the spotlight, many of the awards given out during last night’s The Game Awards presentation were blink-and-you-miss-it moments. If you didn’t catch all them last night, we have the winners all rounded up for you:

Game of the Year

It Takes Two (Hazelight Studios/EA)

 

Best Game Direction

Deathloop (Arkane Studios/Bethesda)

 

Best Ongoing

FINAL FANTASY XIV Online (SQUARE ENIX)

 

Best Indie

Kena: Bridge of Spirits (Ember Lab)

 

Best Debut Indie

Kena: Bridge of Spirits (Ember Lab)

 

Best Narrative

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (Eidos Montreal/SQUARE ENIX)

 

Best Art Direction

Deathloop (Arkane Studios/Bethesda)

 

Best Score and Music

NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139 (Keiichi Okabe, Composer)

 

Best Audio Design

Forza Horizon 5 (Playground Games/Xbox Game Studios)

 

Best Performance

Maggie Robertson as Lady Dimitrescu, Resident Evil Village

 

Games for Impact

Life is Strange: True Colors (Deck Nine/SQUARE ENIX)

 

Best Community Support

FINAL FANTASY XIV Online (SQUARE ENIX)

 

Best Mobile Game, Presented by Verizon

Genshin Impact (MiHoYo)

 

Best VR/AR

Resident Evil 4 (Armature Studio/Capcom/Oculus Studios)

 

Best Action

Returnal (Housemarque/SIE)

 

Best Action/Adventure

Metroid Dread (Mercury Steam/Nintendo)

 

Best Role Playing

Tales of Arise (Bandai Namco)

 

Best Fighting

Guilty Gear -Strive- (Arc System Works)

 

Best Family

It Takes Two (Hazelight Studios/EA)

 

Best Sports/Racing

Forza Horizon 5 (Playground Games/Xbox Game Studios)

 

Best Sim/Strategy

Age of Empires IV (Relic Entertainment/Xbox Game Studios)

 

Best Multiplayer

It Takes Two (Hazelight Studios/EA)

 

Most Anticipated, Presented by Prime Gaming

Elden Ring (FromSoftware/Bandai Namco)

 

Innovation in Accessibility, Presented by Chevrolet

Forza Horizon 5 (Playground Games/Xbox Game Studios)

 

Content Creator of the Year

Dream

 

Best Esports Game, Presented by Grubhub

League of Legends (Riot Games)

 

Best Esports Athlete

Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev

 

Best Esports Team

Natus Vincere (CS:GO)

 

Best Esports Coach

Kim “kkOma” Jeong-gyun

 

Best Esports Event

2021 League of Legends World Championship


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