God of War Kratos actor Christopher Judge called for an end to console wars while accepting a BAFTA Games award for Performer in a Leading Role for God of War Ragnarok. The Santa Monica Studio game picked up six trophies.
The awards keep coming for God of War Ragnarok’s Kratos
Like its predecessor, God of War Ragnarok continues to pick up trophies for Judge’s critically-acclaimed performance as Kratos. In his acceptance speech last night, Judge said that being able to play the protagonist was “a role of a lifetime” and while he doesn’t know if he’ll ever get to play Kratos again, he’s enjoying every bit of the recognition his work has received.
Judge then addressed his fans, thanking them for their support, and asking them to be good to each other.
“Be easier on each other,” Judge said in an impassioned speech. “You have more in common than what separates you. No matter what platform you love, no matter what game you love, you’re still part of the gaming community. Give each other a break.”
God of War Ragnarok took most of the accolades at BAFTA Games Awards 2023, picking up six trophies out of 14 nominations. This year’s event also bestowed veteran PlayStation executive Shuhei Yoshida with a Fellowship.