Game Awards 2016 winners and announcements (Update)
Everything you need to know from the 2016 Game Awards all in one convenient place
Update: It’s over! All the winners are listed below. Please check back in the coming hours for links to the trailers.
The Game Awards 2016 is streaming live starting in about 45 minutes, at 6 p.m. pacific time and we’ll be live blogging along with the show.
If you can’t watch the show, follow along with us. If you missed the show and want to know all the winners and announcements that were made, take a look at our list once it’s complete.
Rocket League – new arena, vehicle and music coming Dec. 7 Gearbox Publishing announced – Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition announced for PS4, Xbox One and PC April 7, 2017 (Duke Nukem playable) Hideo Kojima receives Industry Icon Award Telltale’s Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy five-part episodic series announced Dauntless announced (free-to-play PC game) Shovel Knight 2D prequel, Specter of Torment announced Mass Effect: Andromeda – first gameplay shown
Trailers: (Check back soon for links)
Death Stranding – new trailer Warframe – new trailer Lawbreakers – new trailer Prey – new trailer The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – new footage The Walking Dead: New Frontier – new footage
“Coldzera” Marcelo David – Best eSports player Boogie2988 – Trending Gamer Civilization VI – Best Strategy Game Cloud 9 – Best eSports Team Dishonored 2 – Best Action/Adventure Game Doom – Best Music/Sound, Best Action Game Forza Horizon 3 – Best Sports/Racing Game Inside – Best Art Direction, Best Independent Game Nolan North – Best Performance for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Overwatch – Best Game Direction, Best Multiplayer, Best eSports Game, Game of the Year Pokemon Go – Best Mobile/Handheld, Best Family Game Rez Infinite – Best VR Game Street Fighter V – Best Fighting Game That Dragon, Cancer – Games for Impact The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Most Anticipated Game Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End – Best Narrative Witcher 3 – Best RPG