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Baldur’s Gate 3 Wins Game of the Year at GDC Awards



Baldur's Gate 3 Wins Game of the Year at GDC Awards

Baldur’s Gate 3 made a stunning sweep at the Game Developers Choice Awards, clinching the Game of the Year title. This achievement places it in the league of past winners like Elden Ring, Hades, God of War, and Overwatch. The game outshone competitors, including Marvel’s Spiderman 2 and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, at the event held during the Games Developer Conference. It didn’t stop there. The game also won Best Design, Best Narrative, and the Audience Award, showcasing its broad appeal and quality across various aspects.

The awards, decided by a group of select game creators and developers, highlight the industry’s recognition of excellence. Larian Studios, the Belgian developer behind Baldur’s Gate 3, emerged as a significant victor, affirming their prowess in crafting engaging, narrative-rich RPGs. Other notable mentions from the ceremony include The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, which won Best Technology and Innovation Award, and Alan Wake 2, praised for its Best Visual Art.

Baldur's Gate 3 Wins Game of the Year at GDC Awards

Among the winners were Visai Games for Venba, grabbing Best Debut and the Social Impact Award, and Hi-Fi Rush for Best Audio. The night also honored Yoko Shimomura with the Lifetime Achievement Award for her contributions to video game music, enriching titles like Super Mario RPG, Kingdom Hearts, and Final Fantasy with her compositions.

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Baldur’s Gate 3’s triumph at the Game Developers Choice Awards underscores its excellence in design, storytelling, and overall player engagement, setting a high standard for future titles in the RPG genre and the broader gaming landscape.

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