It Takes Two is the most awarded game of 2021

It Takes Two is the most awarded game of 2021
It Takes Two is the most awarded game of 2021

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January 2, 2022, 09:55

It Takes Two is currently last year’s most awarded production. This cooperative game has already collected 54 statuettes.

The past month has been filled with various events that award prizes for the best games of the year. There are still many such events ahead of us, but at least for now, the most awarded production of 2021 is It Takes Two.

According to the ranking prepared by the GameAwards website game It Takes Two has already received 54 awards, 43 of which were awarded by the media and industry bodies, and the remaining 11 were decided by the votes of the players themselves. Hazelight’s day is a clear leader on this point. In second place, Resident Evil Village boasts only 44 awards.

The most awarded games of 2021 *

* – the results shown are at the time of publishing this news. New prizes are being awarded all the time, so by the time you read this news the above numbers may be out of date.

We would like to remind you that voting in the Plebiscite for the year 2021 is still in progress. You can typical of your favorites until January 12th.

  1. Plebiscite for the year 2021

The games Forza Horizon 5, Deathloop and Metroid Dread were also showered with prizes. It Takes Two and Resident Evil Village have such a big advantage that they are unlikely to be chased away, but the differences between the other productions are so small that there is still a lot that can change. It can also reach the top 5 Halo Infinitewhich currently has 20 awards.

Finally, let us recall that e It Takes Two debuted on March 26, 2021. The item is available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S. It will receive the title of the game of the year, incl. at The Game Awards 2021.

  1. Review of the game It Takes Two – the new king of cooperation … with sab fabu
  2. Official website of the game


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