Ghost of Tsushima Wins Player’s Voice Award at The Game Awards
Geoff Keighley has revealed that Ghost of Tsushima is The Game Awards Player’s Voice Award winner this year after three rounds of voting from fans.The Game Awards will take place on December 10 and it’s there that awards like Best Narrative, Best Direction, and of course, Game of the Year, will be announced. These awards are voted on by both a curated voting jury and fans, but in those instances, the voting jury accounts for 90% of the vote while the fan vote accounts for the other 10%. That’s not the case in the Player’s Voice Award – which is entirely decided upon by fans, or really anyone who signs in to The Game Awards to vote.
There’s no vote weighing involved with this award so Ghost of Tsushima is the game that got the most total votes out of all the other nominees. It beat out other 2020 releases like The Last of Us Part II, Hades, and Doom Eternal.