News Resident Evil Village wins Steam Game of the Year for 2021


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May 13, 2021
Resident Evil Village for PC won the Game of the Year award at the 2021 Steam Awards, according to the votes by members of the gaming marketplace’s community.


Resident Evil Village Wins Steam Game of the Year for 2021​

Steam Game of the Year for 2021
Steam Game of the Year for 2021
The results for the 2021 Steam Awards are in, and Resident Evil Village was named Game of the Year according to votes by members of the Steam community.

Resident Evil Village was one of the most popular FPS in 2021, and fans insisted on playing the game before it was released, thanks in large part to the popularity of the infamous Lady Dimitrescu.

In the final quarter of 2021, Capcom made its biggest profit thanks to the double hit of Monster Hunter Rise and Resident Evil Village.

The game has sold over five million copies to date and will likely sell even more once the planned DLC is revealed in more detail.

Critical reception of the game was positive. And many described it as a combination of the best elements of Resident Evil 7’s first-person horror with the action-oriented tone and setting of Resident Evil 4.

Resident Evil Village also won the PS4 Game of the Year award at the PlayStation Blog​

Resident Evil Village wins Steam Game of the Year for 2021
Resident Evil Village
At the PlayStation Blog, Resident Evil Village won the PS4 Game of the Year award. The game won four Golden Joystick awards (including Ultimate Game of the Year and PlayStation Game of the Year).

Additionally, Maggie Robertson (who filmed the move and voiced Lady Dimitrescu) won the Best Performance award at the 2021 Game Awards.

Now Resident Evil Village can add another trophy to its shelf for being named the Game of the Year Award in the 2021 Steam Awards. The win was announced on Steam’s official Twitter page.

Other results for the 2021 Steam Awards​

Here are the winners of the other categories:

  • Cooking Simulator VR – VR Game of the Year award
  • Terraria – Labor of Love award
  • It Takes Two – Better with Friends award
  • Forza Horizon 5 – Outstanding Visual Style award
  • Deathloop – Most Innovative Gameplay award
  • Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition – Best Game You Suck At award
  • Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy – Best Soundtrack award
  • Farming Simulator 22 – Sit Back and Relax award
Despite being extremely difficult at first, Cyberpunk 2077 also won the Award for Outstanding Story-Rich Game. This shouldn’t come as a surprise since Cyberpunk 2077 was one of Steam’s biggest games of 2021 – both in terms of sales and playtime.

Closing remarks​

The Steam Awards are voted on by members of the Steam community and is always a good sign that there are no repeat winners.

It showcases an incredible mix of games released in 2020 and 2021 and many of which are loved by many – instead of one title dominating the discourse.

Resident Evil Village has earned memetic status throughout the years, but that’s okay with the fact that it’s a great game and lots of people have enjoyed it across multiple platforms.

Source: Screenrant

I thought it would be Forza Horizon 5 by Microsoft.
Village was good but won't rate so high.
God i loved Village. Such a greatest hits for the series and I was really surprised that they took Ethan from RE7 into a total badass.

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