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The 7th annual Canadian Videogame Awards honored Canadian-developed games across twenty different categories last night, with titles like Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Jotun: Valhalla Edition walking away with awards in multiple categories.
Eidos-Montreal developed Deux Ex: Mankind Divided was named the CVA Game of the Year, and was also given awards for Best Console Game, Best Game Design, Best Narrative, and Best Performance.
Other notable triple-A games, like Far Cry Primal and NHL 17, were awarded Best Animation and Best Audio, respectively.
Canadian-made indie games had a strong showing at the CVAs as well, with titles like Drinkbox Studios' Severed, Thunder Lotus Games' Jotun: Valhalla Edition, Cloudhead Games' The Gallery - Episode 1, Spearhead Games' Stories: The Path of Destinies, and Behaviour Interactive's Dead by Daylight taking home multiple awards each.
For a full rundown of all the winners and nominees from this year's Canadian Videogame Awards, check out the archived stream on the event's Twitch channel. Otherwise, a full list of 2016 CVA winners can be found below:
Fans’ Choice Awards: