Each winner of the 2021 Game Awards

The game awards have come to an end, which means that many winners are beaming with their new trophies. Who left with the prize? Who has accumulated the most awards? If you missed them, you can check the nominees here, but here is a complete list of winners:

Game of the Year – Two are needed

Best Game Instruction – Death cycle

Best narrative – Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy

Best performance – Maggie Robertson (Alcina Dimitrescu/Resident Evil Village)

Best multiplayer game – Two are needed

Best sustained game – Final Fantasy XIV

Best Art Direction – Death cycle

Need two

Best score and music -Nier Replicant ver. 1.22474487139

Best audio design -Forza Horizon 5

Barrier-free innovation -Forza Horizon 5

Impact games – Life is Strange: True Color

Best indie game – Keena: The Bridge of Spirits

Best mobile game – Primordial Shock

Forza Horizon 5

Best community game – Final Fantasy XIV

Best debut indie game – Keena: The Bridge of Spirits

Best AR/VR game – Resident Evil 4 VR

Content Creator of the Year – dream

Best Action Game – Return

Best Action/Adventure Game – Metroid Fear

Best role-playing game – The story of the rise

Keena: The Bridge of Spirit

The most anticipated game -Eldon Ring

Best fighting game – Struggle with criminal equipment

Best family game – Two are needed

Best simulation/strategy game – Age of Empires IV

Best Sports/Racing Game -Forza Horizon 5

Best e-sports game – League of Legends

Best e-sports player – S1mple

Best eSports Team -Born for victory

Best eSports Coach – Kim “kkOma” Zheng Jun

Best eSports event – 2021 League of Legends World Championship

You can also view the winners of last year’s show here.