God of War Bags GOTY While DBFZ Won the Best Fighting Game Trophy at The Game Awards 2018

News // The Game Awards // By pets_torrefranca // 08 December 2018

God of War Bags GOTY While DBFZ Won the Best Fighting Game Trophy at The Game Awards 2018
Santa Monica Studio's PlayStation Exclusive God of War bagged three of the twenty-two trophies in this year's The Game Awards. One of which is the Game of the Year which is the most prestigious trophy in the event. Aside from that, the title also won the Best Action/Adventure Game and the Best Game Direction categories.  
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Other notable winners include Dragon Ball FighterZ for Best Fighting Game and Red Dead Redemption 2 for best narrative, Best Score/music, and Best audio design. Check out the rest of the winners below. 
The Game Awards 2018 Winners

Best Action/Adventure Game:

God of War 

Best Action:

Dead cells

Best RPG:

Monster Hunter World

Best e-sports Team:


Best e-sports Game:


Best e-sport Event:

LOL World Championship

Best Student Game:

Combat 2018

Best Narrative:

Red Dead Redemption 2

Industry Icon:

Greg Thomas

Best Performance:

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:


Best VR Game:

Astrobot rescue Mission

Content Creator:


Best E-sport Player:


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:


Best Sports/Racing Game:

Forza Horizon 4

Best Game Direction:

God of War

Best Multiplayer:


Best Ongoing Game:


Game of the Year:

God of War

Since 2014, The Game Awards has been acknowledging some of the most iconic personalities. creators, and innovators in the video game industry. The event has evolved along with the very craft it celebrates. With that said, 2018 has been a great year for the video game industry and TGA as always is there to support and acknowledge the faces behind the games. As expected the show was all about video games and nothing else. Check out the rest of the show below for more information and stay tuned for more gaming news and updates,

"The Game Awards 2018"

Source: The Game Awards