God of War Ragnarok wins huge at the DICE Awards, whilst Elden Ring scoops the Game of the Year award
Whilst God of War Ragnarok protected 7 awards at today’s DICE Awards, From Software’s Elden Ring took house the sought after Game of the Year reward.
God of War Ragnarok vanquished the competitors in the Outstanding Achievement in Animation, Outstanding Achievement in Art Director, Outstanding Achievement in Character, Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Composition, Outstanding Achievement in Audio Design, Adventure Game of the Year, and Outstanding Achievement in Story.
Elden Ring, nevertheless, won Outstanding Achievement in Story, Outstanding Technical Achievement, Outstanding Achievement in Game Design, Outstanding Achievement in Game Direction, and Game of the Year.
Other winners consist of Final Fantasy 14: Endwalker (Online Game of the Year), Marvel Snap (Mobile Game of the Year), Tunic (Outstanding Achievement for an Independent Game), Red Matter 2 (Immersive Reality Game of the Year), Dwarf Fortress (Strategy/Simulation Game of the Year), OlliOlliWorld (Sports Game of the Year), Gran Turismo 7 (Racing Game of the Year), MultiVersus (Fighting Game of the Year), and Vampire Survivors (Action Game of the Year).
An overall of61video games were chosen in the2022round of The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences’ (AIAS)26 th yearly DICE occasion, which is not to be puzzled with EA’s Stockholm studio of the very same name. God of War: Ragnarok led the pack with 12 elections, followed by Horizon Forbidden West and Elden Ring with 8 and 7 elections, respectively.
ICYMI, Double Fine Productions creator Tim Schafer was inducted into The Academy of Interactive Arts & & Sciences’ (AIAS) Hall of Fame at the event. Schafer – best understood for video games like Grim Fandango, Psychonauts, and Broken Age – was honoured at the 26 th yearly DICE occasion.