Here are Your 2022 Game Awards Winners

To no one's surprise, God of War Ragnarök and Elden Ring cleaned up.



Earlier this evening, the 2022 Game Awards revealed what we all saw coming- Elden Ring and God of War Ragnarök taking home some of the more prestigious awards, including this year’s Game of the Year winner, Elden Ring.

Below are all the winners of the night but to be nominated is just as much an honor. You can see all of this year’s nominees here.

Game of the Year – Elden Ring

Best Game Direction – Elden Ring

Best Independent Game – Stray

Best Fighting Game – Multiversus

Best Role Playing Game – Elden Ring

Best Family Game – Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Best Sim/Strategy Game – Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope

Best Sports/Racing Game – Gran Turismo 7

Best Multiplayer Game – Splatoon 3

Best Action Game – Bayonetta 3

Best Action/Adventure Game – God of War Ragnarök

Best Mobile Game – Marvel Snap

Best Narrative – God of War Ragnarök

Best Art Direction – Elden Ring

Best Performance – Christopher Judge, God of War Ragnarök

Best Debut Indie – Stray

Best AdaptationArcane: League of Legends

Best VR/AR Game – Moss Book 2

Best Community Support – Final Fantasy XIV

Games For Impact – As Dusk Falls

Best Audio Design – God of War Ragnarök

Content Creator – Ludwig

Most Anticipated Game – The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Best Score & Music – God of War Ragnarök

Innovation In Accessibility – God of War Ragnarök

Players Voice – Genshin Impact

Best Ongoing Game – Final Fantasy XIV

Best eSports – Valorant

Best eSports Team – Loud

Best eSports Event – 2022 League of Legends World Championship

Best eSports Athlete – Yay

Best eSports Coach – BZKA

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