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Fallout 4 wins best game at BAFTAs

John Carmack honored with BAFTA Fellowship

Tonight saw the British Academy Games Awards take place in London, where Fallout 4 took home the Best Game Award and John Carmack was honored with the BAFTA Fellowship.

Also, deserving of a special mention are Everybody's Gone To The Rapture, which took home three BAFTAs in total, as did Sam Barlow's Her Story and Rocket League from Psyonix.

A full list of winners is below.

  • ARTISTIC ACHIEVEMENT - Ori And The Blind Forest (Moon Studios / Microsoft Studios)
  • AUDIO ACHIEVEMENT - Everybody's Gone To The Rapture (The Chinese Room / Sony Computer Entertainment Europe)
  • BEST GAME - Fallout 4 (Bethesda Game Studios)
  • BRITISH GAME - Batman: Arkham Knight (Rocksteady Studios / WB Games)
  • DEBUT GAME - Her Story (Sam Barlow)
  • FAMILY - Rocket League (Development Team - Psyonix)
  • GAME DESIGN - Bloodborne (Development Team - From Software / Sony Computer Entertainment Europe)
  • GAME INNOVATION - Her Story (Sam Barlow)
  • MOBILE AND HANDHELD - Her Story - (Sam Barlow)
  • MULTIPLAYER - Rocket League (Psyonix)
  • MUSIC - Everybody's Gone To The Rapture (Jessica Curry / The Chinese Room)
  • ORIGINAL PROPERTY - Until Dawn (Supermassive Games / Sony Computer Entertainment Europe)
  • PERFORMER - Merle Dandridge as Kate Collins in Everybody's Gone To The Rapture
  • PERSISTENT GAME - Prison Architect (Introversion Software)
  • SPORT - Rocket League (Psyonix)
  • STORY - Life Is Strange (Dontnod Entertainment / Square Enix)
  • BAFTA ONES TO WATCH - Sundown (Steven Li, Aaron Hong, McLean Goldwhite, Theodore Park, Kenny Regan, Cynthia Cantrell, Gracie May, Jade Kim - Mild Beast Games)
  • AMD eSPORTS AUDIENCE AWARD - Smith (Hi-Rez Studios)

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