At this year's Golden Joystick Awards, The Last of Us Part 2 'actually' took the shine of the show with six(6) whopping trophies. \n \nThe adventure game built by Naughty Dog got awards for Best Visual Design, Best Audio, Best Storytelling, PlayStation Game of the Year, and the famously Ultimate Game of the Year. \n \nIn addition, Naughty Dog studio also received an accolade for the Studio of the Year. \n \nAlso, other popular games like No Man’s Sky: Origin, Death Stranding, Hades and Fall Guys got awards too. \n \n \n \nListed below is the complete list of the Golden Joystick 2020 Awards winners: \n \n• Best Multiplayer Game – Fall Guys \n• Best Storytelling – The Last of Us 2 \n• Best Game Expansion – No Man’s Sky: Origins \n• Best Audio – The Last of Us 2 \n• Mobile Game of the Year – Lego Builder’s Journey \n• Still Playing – Minecraft \n• Best Indie Game – Hades \n• Best Visual Design – The Last of Us 2 \n• Studio of the Year – Naughty Dog \n• Best New Streamer\/Broadcaster – iamBrandon \n• Esports Game of the Year – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare \n• Best Gaming Community – Minecraft \n• Best Family Game – Fall Guys \n• Breakthrough Award – Innersloth (Among Us) \n• Best Performer – Sandra Saad (Kamala Khan) \n• PC Game of the Year – Death Stranding \n• Outstanding Contribution – The Gaming Industry \n• Best Gaming Hardware – NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 \n• Xbox Game of the Year – Ori and the Will of the Wisps \n• PlayStation Game of the Year – The Last of Us 2 \n• Nintendo Game of the Year – Animal Crossing: New Horizons. \n• Most Wanted Game – God of War: Ragnarok. \n• Ultimate Game of the Year – The Last of Us 2. \n• Critic’s Choice – Hades \n \nStatistically, The Last of Us Part II is among the best games released on PlayStation 4 this year and one of the best cinematic games of all time. \n \nAccording to Golden Joysticks Awards statement on The Last of Us Part II: \n \nThere isn't a single other game available on PlayStation 4 that can capture the bleakness of what Naughty Dog has created with this experience, save for the first The Last of Us. It's a harrowing narrative that can club you in the face with the message that this world just isn't fair for anyone. The Last of Us Part II is one of the most delicate cinematic gaming pieces ever created from a critical opinion. Still, Naughty Dog's final sendoff to this console generation might leave you crying in the shower. \n \nThe Last of Us Part II is currently available on PlayStation 4 globally.