BAFTA Game Awards 2021: Complete List of the Winners Announced

British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Games 2021 commenced on Thursday, March 25, 2021. The ceremony took place online and was streamed live at 7 p.m. GMT on YouTube, Twitch, Steam, Facebook and Twitter.

BAFTA Game Awards 2021:

It was the second time the award ceremony was held virtually due to Pandemic. Some of the headlines of the ceremony were that Hades won the best game of the year. While The Last Of Us: Part II, the leading role performer award went to Laura Bailey.

Here is the complete list of the BAFTA Games Award:

BAFTA Game Awards 2021: Complete List of the Winners Announced

Winners of BAFTA 2021

  1. For Best Animation- The Last of Us: Part II
  2. For Best Artistic Achievement- Hades
  3. For Best Audio Achievement- Ghost of Tsushima
  4. For British Game- Sackboy: A Big Adventure
  5. Debut Game of the Year- Carrion
  6. Evolving Game- Sea of Thieves
  7. Best Family Game- Sackboy: A Big Adventure
  8. For Best Game Design- Hades
  9. Game Beyond Entertainment- Animal Crossing: New Horizons
  10. Best Multiplayer Game- Animal Crossing: New Horizons
  11. Best Music- Marvel’s Spiderman: Miles Morales
  12. For Best Narrative- Hades
  13. Technical Achievement- Dreams
  14. Performer in A Supporting Role- Logan Cunningham
  15. EE Game of The Year- The Last of Us: Part II
  16. Creators of Hades after Winning

After winning the BAFTA Best Game of the year, the Studio director and co-founder Amir Rao talked about how they made this game in the middle of a pandemic. He expressed his gratitude saying, “Hades was an amusement that a part of individuals played for a long time, and ideally.”

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BAFTA Game Awards 2021: Complete List of the Winners Announced

“It made a difference them in a few ways, and they came out with an enduring positive impression as a result of their time with it.” The belief that we put in each other – both were tried in a few regards but was truly fair it’s what got us through into this.”

Even the creative director Greg Kasavin talked more saying “It’s something to never, ever take for allowed – that as a bunch, we all accept in each other in this way.”

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