Last month we told you about the forthcoming Bafta Games awards that were due to be held in March.

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) is a world-leading independent arts charity that brings the very best work in film, games and television to public attention and supports the growth of creative talent in the UK and internationally.

We have some of the highlight winners for you and the full results can be found here.

As predicted God of War was a winner, nominated in several categories, it won five awards: Audio Achievement, Best Game, Music, Narrative and Performer (Jeremey Davies as The Stranger).

Next highest scorers were Return of the Obra Dinn and Nintendo Labo with two BAFTAs each

The category EE Mobile Game of the Year is voted for by the public and this year’s winner was Old School Runescape.

A little more about some of the winners:

God of War

God of War is an action-adventure video game developed by Santa Monica Studio and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. Released on April 20, 2018, for the PlayStation 4 console, it is the eighth installment in the God of War series. It is set within the untamed forests, mountains and realms of Norse lore.

Return of Obra Dinn

This is a puzzle game developed and published by 3909 LLC, set on board a fictional East India Company ghost ship in the early 1800s whose crew and passengers have all mysteriously died or disappeared. Players have to use logic and deductive reasoning to discover what happened to them.

Nintendo Labo

This is a two-part game using a console and multiple sheets of card that can be assembled in conjunction with the console display. It was designed Labo s a way to teach principles of engineering, physics, and basic programming.

Old School Runescape

A multi-player role playing game developed and published by Jagex. it is a popular first game for players that are new to online games.