BAFTA Games Awards 2017 winners revealed

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has announced the winners of tonight’s British Academy Games Awards, which celebrated the very best in games of the past year. The ceremony was hosted by Danny Wallace at Tobacco Dock, London. Inside, the puzzle-platformer adventure game, won four awards include Best Artistic Achievement, Best Game Design, Best Narrative and Best Original Property.

Apart from that, Overcooked, the cooking simulation game, won Best British Game and Best Family Game. Firewatch, the first-person mystery adventure game, won Best Debut Game and Best Performer for Cissy Jones. Cissy Jones did a phenomenal job as Henry’s supervisor in Firewatch so it’s great to see her talent being recognized. As expected, the futuristic sports-action game Rocket League won Best Evolving Game. The team-based multiplayer first-person shooter Overwatch won the BAFTA for Best Multiplayer. Lastly, the mystery adventure game Virginia won in Best Music.

The Special Award was presented to Brenda Romero in recognition of her outstanding creative contribution to the industry and for her illustrious career in game design, her advocacy for the art and creative process behind game-making, and her commitment to encouraging the next generation of talent in the industry. You can catch all the winners below:

2016 WINNERS

SPECIAL AWARD

BRENDA ROMERO

ARTISTIC ACHIEVEMENT

INSIDE

AUDIO ACHIEVEMENT

THE LAST GUARDIAN

BEST GAME

UNCHARTED 4

BRITISH GAME

OVERCOOKED

DEBUT GAME

FIREWATCH

EVOLVING GAME

ROCKET LEAGUE

FAMILY

OVERCOOKED

GAME DESIGN

INSIDE

GAME INNOVATION

THAT DRAGON, CANCERs

MOBILE

POKÉMON GO

MULTIPLAYER

OVERWATCH

MUSIC

VIRGINIA

NARRATIVE

INSIDE

ORIGINAL PROPERTY

INSIDE

PERFORMER

CISSY JONES

BAFTA ONES TO WATCH AWARD

AMONG THE STONES

ESPORTS AUDIENCE AWARD

CLASH ROYALE

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