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With awards season well and truly upon us, we take a moment to acknowledge this year’s BAFTA Games nominees (with maybe a tiny bit of favouritism).

By James Whatley

9 Mar 2023 - 5 min read

The BAFTA Games nominees were announced last week and while it is an incredible achievement for every single games dev, publisher, title and voice talent talent involved, we couldn’t be prouder to see so much work from a whole host of Diva’s clients and partners reflected across the categories.

From OOH rollout and digital campaigns to launch trailers, key art and bus wraps - it’s been an absolute pleasure working with all of you this year.

So the very best of luck to:

  • Activision for OVERWATCH 2 (Multiplayer) and CALL OF DUTY MODERN WARFARE II (Animation, Multiplayer, Performer in a Leading Role).

  • Bandai Namco for ELDEN RING (Artistic Achievement, Best Game, Game Design, Multiplayer, Music, Original Property, Technical Achievement, EE Game of the Year). Also, what if we kissed on the Elden Ring Bus?

  • Creative Assembly for TOTAL WAR: WARHAMMER III (British Game).

  • Devolver Digital for CULT OF THE LAMB (Best Game, Game Design, Original Jam).

  • PlayStation for DREAMS (Evolving Game), GOD OF WAR RAGNARÖK (Animation, Artistic Achievement, Audio Achievement, Best Game, Game Design, Music, Narrative, Performer in a Leading Role, Performer in a Supporting Role, Technical Achievement, EE Game of the Year) HORIZON FORBIDDEN WEST (Animation, Audio Achievement, Game Design, Performer in a Supporting Role, Technical Achievement, EE Game of the Year) and THE LAST OF US PART I (Technical Achievement).

  • Two Point Studios for TWO POINT CAMPUS (British Game). Great trailer, that.

We’ll be throwing the tux in the cleaners today and cheering you all on on the night.

You can watch all the winners announced on the evening of March 30th, starting at 18:50 BST, via the BAFTA Games Twitch Channel.

See you in chat!