Live blunders linger throughout the game awards history. For 2022, the event host Geoff Keighley nearly had a blemish-free year until the Games of the Year announcement announcement. One kid snuck into the building to dedicate the award to Bill Clinton. In tweeting about the success of the FromSoftwares award, they attempt to erase the individuals appearance with an unrecognizable photoshop airbrush.
Yesterday, a tweet went out after The Game Awards said that it congratulated FromSoftware as the first studio to win two Game of the Year awards. The first one was in 2019 for Sekiro: Shadows die Twice, and this year was for Elden Ring.
From Software has won two Game of the Year awards at #TheGameAwards2019 Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice2022 Elden RingCongratulations @fromsoftware_pr pic.twitter.com/UXzG83JsOT.
The Game Awards are January 21, 2022.
We don’t blame The Game Awards for wanting to hide such a person as much as possible, and it is not easy to find even hard to stand around the FromSoftware team like they accept their award.
During the day when nobody knew who had forgotten, he only nominated the award to his reformed orthodox rabbi, Bill Clinton. Then the wildfire of information about being alightened, and everyone began learning about what he had previously known. The recent tweet by The Game Awards shows that you can’t erase any important moments or problems from the evening as long as they want to airbrush them away.
Even though the show ended up being stolen, FromSoftware took the year while everybody reflected on their 2022 gaming experiences, with Elden Ring leading the most popular people list. FromSoftware looks forward to 2023; more Elden Ring content and an Armored Core sequel are being announced a lot. That’s what was announced at the award show.