The Game Awards 2019 have finally come to an end, and there's usually a lot of chatter and banter to get through before you get to the good parts, which is the awards themselves. Of course, let's not forget the reveals and announcements as well.
2019 was an alright year for gaming we think, nothing quite took the world by storm, but we had some big reveals, that's for sure. We finally got a look at the new Xbox, the Series X, which will be coming with a new flagship game, Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2. There's also a new MMO in the works, set in the Magic: The Gathering universe. Oh, and more games from Riot, which suddenly features a whole lot more than just the one game.
Coming back to the awards themselves, there are quite a few awards to go through, and we'll list all the winners down below. Surprisingly, Disco Elysium, well actually, that's not so surprising, but the indie game walked away with four trophies, which was the highest at this years awards. At a close second was Death Stranding, which won three, including Best Game Direction. Neither of the two won Game of the Year though.
Here are all the winners of The Game Awards 2019:
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