The Last Of Us Part II: Naughty Dog’s Game Wins Another Award

After it pulled several prizes in at The Game Awards, Naughty Dog‘s game plonked another trophy into the pile they recently built up.

Game of the Year; Best Game Direction; Best Narrative; Best Audio Design; Best Performance; Innovation in Accessibility; Best Action / Adventure. These are the seven categories that The Last of Us Part II won at The Game Awards (we recapped the list of winners last week), but now, it can put another award on its wall.

„In a strong year for PlayStation exclusives, PlayStation 4 Game of the Year was hotly contested. But in the end, Naughty Dog’s emotionally-charged sequel clinched the Platinum. Sucker Punch’s open-world samurai epic Ghost of Tsushima took Gold, Final Fantasy VII Remake Silver and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Bronze,” the PlayStation Blog wrote. So the readers’ poll gave the Platinum to Naughty Dog’s game. (Platinum has been a traditional sign of excellence: in the PS1-PS2 era, games that sold nicely were re-released in Platinum packaging at a cut price.)

There was also a PlayStation 5 Game of the Year award: „Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales made a name for itself in this year’s GOTY polls, taking home more reader-voted awards than you can shoot a web at. It even bested fellow PS5 launch titles Demon’s Souls, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and Astro’s Playroom to secure the coveted Platinum Trophy for PS5 Game of the Year — congratulations, Insomniac!”, Sony added.

The Last of Us Part II has also been awarded a Platinum Trophy for Best Soundtrack, Best Graphical Showcase, Best Accessibility Features, and Best Narrative. So most of these categories are the same the game won at The Game Awards.

At this rate, it’s a question of time when The Last of Us Part II Remastered gets announced. The first game also got a remastered version on PlayStation 4 as it was released late in the PS3’s life…

Source: WCCFTech

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