2020 British Academy Games Awards Winners

Outer Wilds

The big winner at the 2020 British Academy Games Awards was Outer Wilds, the action-adventure mystery about a solar system trapped in an endless time loop, won Best Game, Game Design and Original Property.

Also winning three BAFTAs was the open-world, role playing detective game Disco Elysium, for Debut Game, Narrative and Music.

Performer in a Supporting Role was won by Martti Suosalo for Control – which surprisingly proved to be the game’s only win of the night.

The genre-defying Death Stranding won in the new Technical Achievement category and its director, writer and designer, Hideo Kojima, was honored with the Fellowship, the highest honor the Academy can bestow.

Call of Duty: Mobile won EE Mobile Game of the Year, the only award to be voted for by the public.


Best Original Property

  • Outer Wilds

Best Music

  • Disco Elysium

Best Evolving Game

  • Path of Exile

Best Debut Game

  • Disco Elysium

Best Family Game

  • Untitled Goose Game

Best Game Design

  • Outer Wilds

EE Mobile Game of the Year (public vote)

  • Call of Duty: Mobile
Call of Duty Mobile

Best Animation

  • Luigi’s Mansion 3

Best Narrative

  • Disco Elysium

Artistic Achievement

  • Sayonara Wild Hearts

Bafta Fellowship

  • Hideo Kojima

British Game

  • Observation

Audio Achievement

  • Ape Out

Best Multiplayer Game

  • Apex Legends

Game Beyond Entertainment

  • Kind Words (lo-fi chill beats to write to)

Best Performer in a Supporting Role

  • Martti Suosalo (Ahti, Control)

Technical Achievement

  • Death Stranding

Best Performer in a Leading Role

  • Gonzalo Martin (Sean Diaz, Life is Strange 2)

Best Game winner

  • Outer Wilds
Death Stranding

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