The 2020 BAFTA Games Awards have been bestowed on their winners, and you can read the entire list right here. There was a lot of love for near-space exploration and solving criminal cases with individually personified aspects of your personality this year.
Luigi's Mansion 3 (opens in new tab)
Sayonara Wild Hearts (opens in new tab)
Ape Out (opens in new tab)
Outer Wilds (opens in new tab)
Disco Elysium (opens in new tab)
Path of Exile
Game Beyond Entertainment
Kind Words (opens in new tab) (Lo Fi Chill Beats To Write To)
Apex Legends (opens in new tab)
Performer in a Leading Role
Life is Strange 2 (opens in new tab): Gonzalo Martin as Sean Diaz
Performer in a Supporting Role
Control (opens in new tab): Martti Suosalo as Ahti the Janitor
Death Stranding (opens in new tab)
EE Mobile Game of the Year (public voting)
Call of Duty: Mobile (opens in new tab)
You can also catch a recorded version of the entire ceremony - which was done remotely for all the participants - right here.
Original story: The 2020 BAFTA Games Awards takes place later today, Thursday, April 2, starting from 11:30AM PST/2:30PM ET/7:30PM BST, with this year's show looking a little bit different from usual, with the impact of COVID-19 leading to the entire ceremony taking place online.
That's good news for you, however, as BAFTA has gone out of its way to make sure all the pomp and pageantry of the event has been translated into a free-to-watch digital show, and we've got all the details here about how you can check in with the stream later today.
You can already find the YouTube link (opens in new tab) to the 2020 BAFTA Games Awards below, for instance, and there's even an option to set yourself a reminder to tune in once the video goes live.
Alternatively, BAFTA has set up real time broadcasts for Twitter (opens in new tab), Twitch (opens in new tab), Facebook (opens in new tab), and even PS4 (opens in new tab), making it easily accessible so long as you have a working internet connection.
This year's show features dozens of nominations across a broad spectrum of categories, from Artistic Achievement to Animation, with both Death Stranding (opens in new tab) and Control (opens in new tab) breaking records for the most nominations ever awarded in the show's history, with both up for grabbing a potential of 11 trophies each later this evening.
You can find the full list of categories and nominees on BAFTA's website here (opens in new tab), which also has more details about the history of the show, and how tonight's all digital event will work.
We'll be sure to cover the winners of the event here on GamesRadar, too, so be sure to stay tuned for that if you can't watch along with the show live.
We've started a new series that pits the team against each other with some fiendish gaming tests. Check out Challenge Radar Episode 2 (opens in new tab) here.