God of War, Return of the Obra Dinn and Nintendo Labo were among the big winners at the BAFTA Games Awards.
God of War, which has already been showered with awards, won five BAFTAs: for Audio Achievement, Best Game, Music, Narrative and Performer for Jeremy Davies, who played The Stranger. Return of the Obra Dinn won two BAFTAs, for Artistic Achievemant and Game Design. And Nintendo Labo also picked up two BAFTAs, in the Family and Game Innovation categories.
The full list of winners – which included Fortnite, Into the Breach, Yoku’s Island Express, Forza Horizon 4, A Way Out, My Child Lebensborn and Old School Runescape – can be found here.
As has become customary, the BAFTA Games Awards were presented by Dara O’Briain, a keen gamer and one of the few performers who has managed to work games into stand-up comedy routines, and a host of stars were on hand to present awards. For more information relating to The BAFTA Games Awards, head to the official website.