The 2020 Game Awards happened yesterday evening, and anyone who was a fan of The Last of Us Part 2 definitely went away happy.
Meaning the majority of gamers out there probably weren't too psyched on the award outcomes.
Nevertheless, the show also contained some worthwhile reveals, so here's a quick recap of who won at the Game Awards and which new games were reveals.
Winning games and categories:
- Game of the Year: The Last of Us Part 2
- Best Narrative: The Last of Us Part 2
- Best Art Direction: Ghost of Tsushima
- Best Score/Music: Final Fantasy VII Remake
- Best Audio Design: The Last of Us Part 2
- Best Ongoing Game: No Man's Sky
- Best Indie Game: Hades
- Best Debut Game: Phasmophobia
- Best Mobile Game: Among Us
- Best Action Game: Hades
- Best Action/Adventure Game: The Last of Us Part 2
- Best RPG: Final Fantasy VII Remake
- Best Fighting Game: Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate
- Best Multiplayer Game: Among Us
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