Baldur's Gate 3 keeps winning


Baldur’s Gate 3, the video game developed by the Belgian Larian Studios, triumphed at the Game Awards in Los Angeles.

It’s really the gift that keeps on giving. The game, which follows the adventures of a main character who manages to escape captivity when a flying ship falls under attack, took home six of the eight nominations it had at the Game Awards, which is compared to the Oscars.

Starting with the big one, Baldur’s Gate 3 won Game of the Year. The prestigious award was handed to CEO Swen Vincke by movie heartthrob Timothée Chalamet. The game also won Best Role-Playing Game, Best Multiplayer, Best Performance (for Neil Newborn), Best Community Support and, of course, the prize for the public (known as The Players’ Voice).

The massive success follows a similar stunt at the Golden Joystick Awards, where the game outclassed others in not six but seven categories.

After seven Golden Joysticks and six Game Awards, we can safely say that this is incontestably a Belgian success product.