Baldur’s Gate 3 Wins Another Prestigious Award! [VIDEO]

Larian Studios’ Baldur’s Gate has already won a number of awards in the past year, and now the Belgian team’s game of the year has won yet another award, which it fully deserves for its excellent sales and reviews.


After The Game Awards, Golden Joystick, New York Game Awards, DICE Awards, NAVGTR Awards, Steam and GDC Awards, Baldur’s Gate 3 has now won at the BAFTA ceremony. The Belgians took home the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Game of the Year Award, but the RPG also won in three other categories (Narrative, Music and Andrew Wincott’s Best Supporting Actor for Raphael) and the EE Players’ Choice Award in the audience vote.

Swen Vincke, director of Baldur’s Gate 3 and founder of Larian, said in his speech: “Thank you BAFTA, thank you all. I still can’t believe we’re standing here. We look at the footage of all the nominated games and they look so fantastic. And I look at every single frame of the game that we made and I know how much work went into it, how much effort the team put into every single microsecond of this incredibly large game that took so long to make. As a testament to their incredible talent, there are representatives from almost every department. There are a lot of people who put a lot of effort, a lot of heart and soul, really a lot of themselves into making Baldur’s Gate 3, so this is amazing.

I want to thank our team, our friends and families who have supported us through some really tough times. Our partners have been amazing, there’s really a truckload of partners that have helped make this game. By my count, there were over two thousand people who worked on Baldur’s Gate 3 over the course of six years, which is incredible. Our actors who spent so much time in these suits. Thank you very much, it is greatly appreciated and you look fantastic,” Vincke said.

Alan Wake 2 won Artistic Achievement and Audio Achievement, Super Mario Bros. Wonder won Family and Multiplayer, Viewfinder won British Game and New Intellectual Property. Venba won for Debut Game, Cyberpunk 2077 won for Evolving Game, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom won for Technical Achievement, Hi-Fi Rush won for Animation, Dave the Diver won for Game Design, and Tchia won for Game Beyond Entertainment. Finally, actor Nadji Jeter was named Best Actor in a Leading Role for his role as Miles Morales in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.

Source: WCCFTech

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