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Resident Evil Village wins Steam Game of the Year 2021

Resident Evil Village for PC has won the Steam Awards 2021 Game of the Year award, as voted by members of the gaming market community.

The results for the Steam Rewards 2021 are in and Resident Evil Village won game of the year, as voted by members of the Steam community. Resident Evil Village was one of the most popular FPS games of 2021, with fans clamoring to play the game before launch, thanks in large part to the widespread popularity of a certain Lady Dimitrescu.

In the first quarter of last year, Capcom had its biggest profit period ever in 2021, thanks to the double success of Rise of the Monster Hunter and Resident Evil Village. The game has sold over five million copies to date and will likely sell more once the planned DLC is revealed in more detail. The game’s critical reception has been positive, with many describing it as combining the best elements of first-person horror from Resident Evil 7 with the more action-oriented setting and tone of Resident Evil 4.

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Resident Evil Village won PS4 Game of the Year on the PlayStation Blog, it won four Golden Joystick awards (including Ultimate Game of the Year and PlayStation Game of the Year). Additionally, Maggie Robertson (who did the motion capture and provided the voice of Lady Dimitrescu) won Best Performance at The Game Awards 2021. Now, Resident Evil Village may add another trophy to its shelf, as it was awarded Game of the Year at the Steam Awards 2021. The win was revealed on the official website To smoke Twitter.


Other category winners include VR cooking simulator win the VR game of the year, terrariums earn the Labor of Love, It takes two earn better with friends, Forza Horizon 5 gain an exceptional visual style, Death Loop winning the most innovative gameplay, Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition win the best game you suck at, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy winner for Best Original Soundtrack, and Farming Simulator 22 winning the Sit Back and Relax category. Despite its incredibly difficult beginnings, Cyberpunk 2077 also won the Outstanding Story-Rich Game award. This shouldn’t be too surprising, considering Cyberpunk 2077 was one of Steam’s biggest games of 2021 – in terms of sales and playtime.


The Steam Awards are voted on by members of the Steam community and it’s always a good sign that there aren’t repeat winners across the board. It shows how an amazing mix of games have been released in 2020 and 2021, and many of them have resonated with many people – rather than a single title dominating the discourse. Resident Evil Village might have earned memetic status all year, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that it’s a great game and has been enjoyed by many people across multiple platforms.

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