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Game Awards 2018: The Full List Of Winners

The 2018 Game Awards have officially wrapped up, with dozens of awards handed out to the year's best games, the talented teams behind them, and the content creators that help build communities around their favorite titles. We've got the full list of winners right here, and, spoiler alert: Red Dead Redemption 2 and God of War had pretty good evenings.


What were the highlights of this year's Game Awards show? It's tough not to be impressed at the sheer number of awards that the teams behind Read Dead 2 and God of War took home. We were moved by the nervous-yet-giddy acceptance speech from SonicFox, who took home the prize for Best Esports Player. And we got some new game announcements, including Far Cry New Dawn and The Outer Worlds.

Oh yeah, and Joker from Persona 5 is coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate! That was certainly unexpected.

But hey, you're here to see who won! So let's get to it.

Best Action Game: Dead Cells

Best RPG: Monster Hunter World

Best Esports Team: Cloud9

Best Esports Game: Overwatch

Best Esports Event: Legend of Legends World Championship


Best Esports Host: Eefie "Sjokz" Depoortere

Best Esports Coach: Bok "Reapered" Han-gyu

Best Esports Moment: C9 Comeback Win in Triple OT vs. Faze

Best Student Game: Combat 2018

Best Narrative: Red Dead Redemption 2

2018 Industry Icon: Greg Thomas (Visual Concepts)

Best Performance: Roger Clark (Arthur Morgan, Red Dead Redemption 2)

Best Score/Music: Red Dead Redemption 2

Best Audio Design: Red Dead Redemption 2

Best Art Direction: Return of the Obra Dinn

Best Mobile Game: Florence

Best VR/AR Game: Astro Bot Rescue Mission

Content Creator of the Year: Ninja

Best Esports Player: SonicFox

Best Debut Indie Game: The Messenger

Best Fighting Game: Dragon Ball FighterZ

Best Family Game: Overcooked 2

Best Strategy Game: Into the Breach

Best Independent Game: Celeste

Games for Impact Award: Celeste

Best Sports/Racing Game: Forza Horizon 4

Best Game Direction: God of War

Best Action/Adventure Game: God of War

Best Ongoing Game: Fortnite

Best Multiplayer Game: Fortnite

Game of the Year: God of War

It's been a great year in gaming, and nowhere was that more evident than at tonight's Game Awards show. We've been truly lucky to experience so many great works of art, and we can only hope that 2019 is just as good. Congratulations to all the winners!