Baldur’s Gate 3 Wins Game Of The Year At The 2023 Game Awards

Baldur's Gate 3

The Wonka star said that Baldur’s Gate 3, a fantasy role-playing game, had won the grand award at the Los Angeles presentation. Larian, a Belgian developer, accepted the prize and referred to the Dungeons & Dragons-inspired epic fantasy role-playing game as the product of love.

It dominated the prizes with six victories, including player’s choice, best RPG, and best performance. Presenter of the Oscars Geoff Keighley introduced Timothée as “ModdedController360,” the moniker of his now-deleted adolescent YouTube channel that featured painted gaming accessories. The Wonka star has acknowledged in interviews that he enjoys playing video games, and he was recently spotted visiting the Japanese office of renowned producer Hideo Kojima.

Baldur’s Gate 3 Rank Highest Amongst Winners Of The Game Awards

Six awards were given out for Baldur’s Gate 3, with actor Neil Newbon winning best performance for his portrayal of Asterion, the game’s most adored character. Three prizes were given to the survival horror design Alan Wake 2, which won for outstanding art direction, story, and game director.

Other noteworthy victories were Cyberpunk 2077 for best-continuing game, The Last of Us TV series for best adaptation, and Cocoon, a puzzle game that won best independent game. In other news, the action-adventure game Tchia was named Game for Impact winner, while Forza Motorsport was given the Innovation in Accessibility award.

Resident Evil 4: Remake, Alan Wake 2, Super Mario Wonder, Spider-Man 2, and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom were among the other contenders for Game of the Year. Many fans watch the Game Awards, which combine an awards program with a preview event, in hopes of seeing new trailers and hearing about upcoming releases. A preview of Archetype Entertainment’s sci-fi role-playing game Exodus, developed by former Bioware devs, was given to fans.