Bafta Games Awards 2019: God Of War Game Of The Year, Red Dead Redemption 2 Empty

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bafta game awards 2019

This Thursday, April 4, 2019, the British Academy of Arts, Television and Cinema has rewarded the best games of the past year. The ceremony greatly appreciated the last adventure of Kratos

With 5 accolades, including the Game of the Year Award, Cory Barlog’s excellent Santa Monica game continues to build. He is the one who seems to have the most convinced on the other side of the Channel.

Like last year, when The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild had only recovered one reward, the most innovative game, the jury’s choices made an unfortunate – an injustice will say the most passionate. The Rockstar Open World Western, nominated in 5 categories, was finally overshadowed by the competition and did not have the chance to leave with a statuette.

Here is the complete list of the BAFTA Games Awards 2019:

Artistic success

  • RETURN OF THE OBRA DINN: Lucas Pope – Lucas Pope / 3909

Audio success

  • GOD OF WAR: Mike Niederquell, Todd Piperi, Leilani Ramirez – Santa Monica Studio / Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe

Best game

  • GOD OF WAR: Cory Barlog, Yumi Yang, Shannon Studstill – Santa Monica Studio / Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe

Best British game

  • FORZA HORIZON 4: Playground Games / Microsoft Studios

Best first game

  • YOKU’S EXPRESS ISLAND: Villa Gorilla / Team 17

Best evolutionary game

  • FORTNITE: Epic Games / Epic Games

Best family game

  • NINTENDO LABO: Nintendo EPD / Nintendo

Game beyond the entertainment

  • MY CHILD LEBENSBORN: Studio Sarepta AS / Teknopilot AS, Sarepta Studio AS

Best Game Design

  • RETURN OF THE OBRA DINN: Lucas Pope – Lucas Pope / 3909

Most innovative game

  • NINTENDO LABO: Nintendo EPD / Nintendo

Best mobile game

  • FLORENCE: Mountains / Annapurna Interactive

Best multiplayer game

  • A WAY OUT Hazelight / EA Originals

Best music

  • GOD OF WAR: Bear McCreary, Keith Leary, Peter Scaturro – Santa Monica Studio / Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe

Best narration

  • GOD OF WAR: Cory Barlog, Matt Sophos, Richard Zangrande Gaubert – Santa Monica Studio / Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe

Best new license

  • INTO THE BREACH: Subset Games / Subset Games

Best performance

  • JEREMY DAVIES: The Stranger in God of War

Mobile Game of the Year EE (public vote)

  • OLD SCHOOL RUNESCAPE: Jagex / Jagex