God of War Wins “Best Game” At BAFTA Awards

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God of War wins another best game award; this time, it won the BAFTA Award for Best Game from 2018.

The 2018 version of God of War was released April of last year and was critically acclaimed. The game was praised for its graphics, gameplay, voice acting, and narrative.

God of War has already won numerous awards for Best Game of 2018, including winning the game of the year awards at the 2018 Game Awards, and the D.I.C.E. Awards.

British Academy of Film and Television Arts is one of the most prestigious awards for film and television. The British Academy is one of the few major award communities to recognize “outstanding creative achievement” within video games.

BAFTA hosted the fifteenth British Academy Games Awards at Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. God of War had the highest nominations, with ten, and received the most rewards of the night, with five.

God of War won Best Game, Audio Achievement, Music, Narrative, and Best Performer for Jeremy Davies as The Stranger.

Another noticeable winner is Nintendo Labo, which won two awards at the ceremony; it won the Family and Game Innovation awards. Fortnite won Evolving Game that night as well.

The full list of winners is available to view at the BAFTA website.