Steam Awards 2021 Winners Unveiled

Valve has announced the win­ners for its annu­al com­mu­ni­ty-vot­ed Steam Awards. As was kind of expect­ed, the Game of the Year went to Res­i­dent Evil Vil­lage. Oth­er cat­e­go­ry awards went to games like Deathloop, Forza Hori­zon 5, and even Cyber­punk 2077.

As a side note, the Steam Awards does­n’t include games that were released just in the 2021 cal­en­dar year. As would be expect­ed, the vot­ing swings more towards recent­ly released titles, but old­er games are also eli­gi­ble for rewards. The Labor of Love award, as an exam­ple, gives praise for con­tin­ued sup­port of a game. This year’s win­ner was Ter­raria, which was first released in 2011.

More recent titles make up a major­i­ty of the win­ners though. You can check out the full list of Steam Award win­ners below.

Steam Award 2021 Winners 

  • Game of the Year — Res­i­dent Evil Village
  • VR Game of the Year — Cook­ing Sim­u­la­tor VR
  • Labor of Love – Ter­raria
  • Bet­ter With Friends – It Takes Two
  • Out­stand­ing Visu­al Style – Forza Hori­zon 5
  • Most Inno­v­a­tive Game­play – Deathloop
  • Best Game You Suck At – Nioh 2 — The Com­plete Edition
  • Best Sound­track – Mar­vel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Out­stand­ing Sto­ry-Rich Game – Cyber­punk 2077
  • Sit Back and Relax – Farm­ing Sim­u­la­tor 22
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