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Hades was the biggest winner at this year's BAFTA Games Awards

It's a surprising result considering The Last of Us Part II was nominated in a record-breaking amount of categories.

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The 2021 BAFTA Games Awards took place last night and it was Hades that was the night's big winner, as it took home five awards including Best Game.

Surprisingly, it was able to outperform The Last of Us Part II, which received a record-breaking 13 nominations. The Naughty Dog developed game still managed to win the publicly voted EE Game of the Year award and the award for Animation. Laura Bailey also won the award for Performer in a Leading Role for her portrayal of Abby.

Coming in third place behind these two games was Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which won both the Game Beyond Entrainment and Multiplayer award.

You can take a look at the full list of winners here:

Animation - The Last of Us Part 2
Artistic Achievement - Hades
Audio Achievement - Ghost of Tsushima
Best Game - Hades
British Game - Sackboy: A Big Adventure
Debut Game - Carrion
Evolving Game - Sea of Thieves
Family - Sackboy: A Big Adventure
Game Design - Hades
Game Beyond Entertainment - Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Multiplayer - Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Original Property - Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition
Performer in a Leading Role - Laura Bailey
Performer in a Supporting Role - Logan Cunningham
Technical Achievement - Dreams
EE Game of the Year, publicly voted - The Last of Us Part 2

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Thanks, PC Gamer.

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