I The Game Awards 2020, the evening dedicated to the best titles of the year hosted by Geoff Keighley, is over. After a show full of guests and announcements, the time has come to take stock. Who will have won the prize of Game of the Year.
Game of the Year: The Last of Us Part II (Naughty Dog)
Best Game Direction: The Last of Us Part II (Neil Druckmann)
Best Performance: Laura Bailey as Abby in The Last of Us Part II
Best Multiplayer Game: Among Us (InnerSloth)
Best Ongoing Game: No Man's Sky (Hello Games)
Best Art Direction: Ghost of Tsushima (Sucker Punch)
Best Score / Music: Final Fantasy VII (Nobuo Uematsu, Masashi Hamauzu and Mitsuto Suzuki)
Best Audio Design: The Last of Us Part II (Naughty Dog)
Innovation in Accessibility: The Last of Us Part II (Naughty Dog)
Best Narrative: The Last of Us Part II (Neil Druckmann and Halley Gross)
Games for Impact: Tell Me Why (DONTNOD)
Best Action Game: Hades (Supergiant Games)
Best Action / Adventure Game: The Last of Us Part II (Naughty Dog)
Best RPG: Final Fantasy VII (Square Enix)
Best Fighting Game: Mortal Kombat XI Ultimate (NetherRealm Studios)
Best Family Game: Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Nintendo)
Best Simulation / Strategy Game: Microsoft Flight Simulator (Microsoft)
Best Sports / Racing Game: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 (Activision)
Best Esports Game: League of Legends (Riot Games)
Best Independent Game: Hades (Supergiant Games)
Best Mobile Game: Among Us (InnerSloth)
Best community support: Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout (Mediatonic)
Best Debut Indie Game: Phasmophobia (Kinetic Games)
Best VR / AR Game: Half-Life: Alyx (Valve)
Most Anticipated Game: Elden Ring (From Software)
Content Creator of the Year: Valkyrae
Best Esports Athlete: Showmaker
Best Esports Team: G2 Esports
Best Esports Coach: Danny “Zonic” Sorensen
Best esports event: League of Legends World Championship 2020
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