Players’ Voice Award 2021: Halo Infinite

The Game award ceremony honors the best games for various category including the most prestigious award, the Player’s Voice Award 2021. Halo Infinite won the  Players Voice award at The Game Award 2021. Player’s Voice Award is the only award that is completely decided by the players voting process.

Earlier Halo Infinite was announced as a launch title for the Xbox Series X|S. However, the game was delayed for one year. Halo Infinite: Free to play version was released on 8 December 2021 and during the twenty-anniversary celebration of the Xbox and Halo.

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Halo Infinite was only eligible for the Player Voice category as it was released just before a day which is pretty impressive. After three rounds of voting by players, Halo Infinite got the Player’s Voice award.

Prestigious names such as It Takes Two, Resident Evil Village, Forza Horizon 5, Metroid Dread, and the winner halo Infinite are the nominees for the Player’s Voice Award. Metroid Dread was sitting at number 2nd with 22% vote and Halo Infinite won by 35% vote.

Halo Infinite

There was a total of 3 rounds in the voting process of the Player Voice Award. In the 1st round, the player had to nominate 10 best games out of the 30 best games. In the 2nd round, the player had to choose the five best games out of the 10 games. And finally, they had to vote for the most deserving title according to them.

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In the final round the nominees for the Player’s Voice were listed below:

  • Halo Infinite
  • Resident Evil Village
  • It Takes Two
  • Metroid Dread
  • Forza Horizon 5

Among these games, Halo Infinite won the Player Voice Award as it is one of the best F2P and 1st person shooters of the year 2021. Reviews of the game are overwhelmingly positive including Sportskeeda’s. Therefore Halo Infinite absolutely deserves the Player Voice Award 2021.

Mahi Sojitra

I am a game lover, film lover, and writer based in India. I am a graduate of journalism and would love to combine my love for film and games in writing.

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