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Less than a month before the Bafta Games awards ceremony, the British Academy has announced nominations in 18 different categories.

Control and Death Stranding received no less than 11 and 10 nominations respectively, which is an unprecedented record number in the history of the Bafta Game Awards.

Bafta has nominated Death Stranding in the categories of Animation, Artistic Achievement, Audio Achievement, Debut, Games Beyond Entertainment, Music, Original Property, Lead Performer, Supporting Performer, and Technical Achievements. However, Death Stranding did not appear in the best category of games, which may be the result of its division and the hesitation of the player. Hideo Kojima, the creator of

Death Stranding, will also receive the highest Bafta honor in the form of a scholarship.

Control will receive awards for Animation, Artistic Achievements, Audio Achievements, Best Game, Game Design, Music, Narrative, Original Property, Lead Performer, Supporting Performer, and Technical Achievements.

is a bit missed by many gamers, despite this, "Control" has received rave reviews and has been ranked among the best games of the year.

Interestingly, most of the nominations are for new intellectual property rights, not new entries for existing franchises. Nominees include games like Untitled Goose Game, Sekiro Shadows Die Twice, Disco Elysium, and Outer Wilds, all exploring a whole new world of games. This is a complete title tray that provides a wide range of categories that define the landscape of modern games.

This is not to say that mainstays like Fortnite and Call of Duty are disappearing. They have been nominated in multiple categories, but there is a feeling that Baftas will reward games that drive the media forward, rather than reward those that still exist. game. Tried and tested. The

British Academy Games awards ceremony was held on April 2nd.

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