The winners of the 2023 BAFTA Games Awards were revealed in London last night, with God of War Ragnarok taking home the most accolades.
The acclaimed PlayStation epic won five prices, including both performance categories for Kratos actor Christopher Judge and Angrboda actress Laya DeLeon Hayes, as well as the publicly-voted EE Game of the Year.
Three other titles picked up two BAFTAs each, including UK-developed Vampire Survivors, which was awarded Best Game and Game Design.
From Software’s Elden Ring won the award for Multiplayer and Original Property, while indie hit Tunic took Debut Game and Artistic Achievement.
As previously announced, PlayStation icon Shuhei Yoshida was given the BAFTA Fellowship award. If you haven’t already, be sure to read our full interview about his win, the future of indies, and opening up PlayStation to even more developers.
Here’s the full list of winners from the 2023 BAFTA Games Awards:
Animation – God of War Ragnarok (Sony Santa Monica Studio / Sony Interactive Entertainment)Artistic Achievement – Tunic (Tunic Team / Finji )Audio Achievement – God of War Ragnarok (Sony Santa Monica Studio / Sony Interactive Entertainment)Best Game – Vampire Survivors (Poncle)British Game – Rollerdrome (Roll7 / Private Division)Debut Game – Tunic (Tunic Team / Finji)Evolving Game – Final Fantasy XIV Online (Square Enix)Family – Kirby and the Forgotten Land (HAL Laboratory / Nintendo)Game Beyond Entertainment – Endling: Extinction is Forever (Herobeat Studios / Handygames)Game Design – Vampire Survivors (Poncle)Narrative – Immortality (Half-Mermaid Productions)Original Property – Elden Ring (From Software / Bandai Namco)Performer in a Leading Role – Christopher Judge (Kratos in God of War Ragnarok)Performer in a Supporting Role – Laya DeLeon Hayes (Angrboada in God of War Ragnarok)Technical Achievement – Horizon: Forbidden West (Guerrilla Games / Sony Interactive Entertainment)EE Game of the Year – God of War Ragnarok (Sony Santa Monica Studio / Sony Interactive Entertainment)