Steam Awards Headlined By ‘Resident Evil Village’ Game

by Thomas Tuna

Resident Evil Village was scary good last year.

The Capcom survival horror game took home the Game of the Year Award for 2021 at the annual user-voted Steam Awards, according to a report on gamespot.com. These awards–introduced in 2016–recognize the video games published on Valve Corporation’s Steam service.

Resident Evil Village–released last May–is a sequel to Resident Evil 7Biohazard. In the game, players control Ethan Winters, who is searching for his kidnapped daughter after an encounter with Chris Redfield–and who finds himself in a village populated by mutant creatures.

The game–for Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Stadia, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S–has been praised for its gameplay, setting and variety. While Village maintains the RE series’ survival horror elements, the game adopts a more action-oriented style compared to its predecessors.

Resident Evil Village–the best-selling game across the U.S. and the UK during May of 2021–had sold more than five million copies worldwide by last October.

Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on Resident Evil Village and other survival horror games from Capcom.

 

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