God of War Ragnarök had waltzed away from The Game Awards with the lion's share of the accolades, including Best Narrative, Best Score & Music, and Best Performance (Chris Judge).
In a bid to leave a lasting impression on the gaming community before bowing out for 2022, God of War Ragnarök has pulled up at The Game Awards, a truckload of nomination ballot papers in hand, and departed the building with pretty much every available title in the book. And it comes as no real surprise either, what with the sequel to Santa Monica Studios' award-winning reboot being one of the most talked-about video games of the year.
As it stands, God of War Ragnarök has stood up to claim a total of six awards, which includes one of the most important one of all — Best Action/Adventure Game, an award that was stacked against A Plague Tale: Requiem, Horizon: Forbidden West, Stray, and Tunic. You can see the full list of wins God of War Ragnarök picked up down below.
#GodofWarRagnarok is OFFICIALLY LIVE!
On behalf of everyone here at Santa Monica Studio and all of our development partners, thank you to our wonderful fans for supporting us.
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— Santa Monica Studio – God of War Ragnarök (@SonySantaMonica) November 9, 2022
- Best Narrative
- Best Score & Music
- Best Performance (Chris Judge)
- Best Audio Design
- Best Action/Adventure Game
- Innovation In Accessibility
So, how will Santa Monica Studios be celebrating this monumental streak of wins? Well, feel free to see for yourself by checking in with the team over on the official social feed here. We'll let you know if anything newsworthy comes about in the meantime.
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