The Game Awards 2022: Complete list of winners – GamesHub

Image: Elden Ring, FromSoftware
The Game Awards 2022 celebrated a range of blockbuster and indie video game hits in December, with several nabbing major accolades across numerous categories. There were plenty to go around, with awards for best narrative, game direction, art direction, music, audio design, performance, and indie debut – and many worthy contenders.
Australian games even got a look-in, with a major nomination for Massive Monster’s beloved cult simulator, Cult of the Lamb. While not a winner in its category, it remains a winner in our hearts.
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Recent hits like God of War Ragnarok, Marvel Snap and Stray were also showered with praise at The Game Awards 2022 – deservedly so. It’s been an excellent year for video games, and it was wonderful to see the cream of the crop celebrated on a global stage.
Despite the major success of God of War Ragnarok, ELDEN RING took out the coveted Game of the Year 2022 award. We congratulate the team at FromSoftware on their achievement.
Here’s the complete list of winners for The Game Awards 2022.
Note: Winners are labelled in BOLD, and with the WINNER tag. This article has been updated since its original publication.
Read: Elden Ring wins Game of the Year at The Game Awards 2022
The Game Awards will return with new nominees and announcements in 2023.
Leah J. Williams is a gaming and entertainment journalist who’s spent years writing about the games industry, her love for The Sims 2 on Nintendo DS and every piece of weird history she knows. You can find her tweeting @legenette most days.
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