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2021 Steam Awards Winners Announced: Game of the Year Announced

The voting that started in the past weeks has ended and the winners of the Steam Awards 2021 have been announced. The best of 2021 were selected in 10 different categories.
2021 has been a relatively stagnant year for the gaming world. Although many important games meet with game lovers, it would not be wrong to say that the number of games that had great repercussions was low despite everything. However, despite all this stagnation, there were also games that gained the appreciation of game lovers.

Every year, following the best of the year, Steam announced the winners of the Steam Awards 2021, which are selected from 5 games in 10 different categories with the votes of game lovers. Of course, the ‘Game of the Year’ award was the most striking in the list, which includes many games that we heard a lot in 2021.

⇒The game of 2021 at the Steam Awards was Resident Evil Village:

Resident Evil Village, which made everyone curious with the in-game screenshots that came before it was released, was liked by all game lovers in general, although it received some criticism. Especially for those who like horror-thriller games, the last game of the legendary series was already the game of the year. It will have reflected this in their votes, and Resident Evil Village was chosen as the game of the year at the Steam Awards.

In addition, Cyberpunk 2077, which created great controversy and could not please almost any player until now, was also awarded an award at the Steam Awards. Although it is full of mistakes, the game, which managed to attract attention with the universe it presented, received the ‘Superior game with a rich story’ award.

Here are all the winners of the Steam Awards 2021:

  • Game of the Year: Resident Evil Village
  • VR game of the year: Cooking Simulator VR
  • Sustained by Love: Terraria
  • Best Family Game: It Takes Two
  • Ultimate visual style: Forza Horizon 5
  • Most innovative gameplay: Deathloop
  • The best game you’ve been bad at: NIOH 2
  • Best soundtrack: Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Ultimate game with rich story: Cyberpunk 2077
  • Sit back and relax: Farming Simulator 22

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