God of War Wins Five Awards at BAFTA Game Awards Including Best Game

Today, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards ceremony was held, specifically for video games, and God of War was recognized for several awards. It won Audio Achievement, Music, Narrative, Performer (Jeremy Davies), and Best Game. Creative Director Cory Barlog was in attendance, along with a few members of the Santa Monica Studio team. It’s no surprise God of War was recognized for so many achievements today, considering it’s one of the highest rated games of the generation.

Below, you can check out all of the winners at this year’s BAFTA Game Awards ceremony:

  • Artistic Achievement – Return of the Obra Dinn
  • Audio Achievement – God of War
  • Best Game – God of War
  • British Game – Forza Horizon 4
  • Debut Game – Yoku’s Island Express
  • Evolving Game – Fortnite
  • Family – Nintendo Labo
  • Game Beyond Entertainment – My Child Lebensborn
  • Game Design – Return of the Obra Dinn
  • Game Innovation – Nintendo Labo
  • Mobile Game – Florence
  • Multiplayer – A Way Out
  • Music – God of War
  • Narrative – God of War
  • Original Property – Into the Breach
  • Performer – Jeremy Davies (God of War)
  • EE Mobile Game of the Year (Voted for by the Public) – Old School Runescape

In addition to God of War taking home five awards, A Way Out won Best Multiplayer Game, Yoku’s Island Express won Best Debut Game, and Fortnite won Best Evolving Game. Interestingly, despite being recognized as Game of the Year from several outlets last year, and receiving six nominations at this year’s BAFTA ceremony, Red Dead Redemption 2 did not win in any of the categories presented. In addition, hopefully Return of the Obra Dinn’s continued success will lead to it releasing for PS4, because it’s received lots of praise over the past few months.

Congratulations to all the winners at the BAFTA Game Awards ceremony this year, especially to Santa Monica Studio for taking home so many awards.

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[Source: Hollywood Reporter]