Indie titles Rocket League, Her Story and Everybody's Gone to the Rapture all walked away with 3 BAFTAs each at last night's British Academy Games Awards, more than any AAA game nominated for an award.
Rocket League picked up the gongs for Family Game, Multiplayer and Sport, while Her Story's developer Sam Barlow was awarded with BAFTAs for Game Innovation, Debut Game and Mobile & Handheld.
Everybody's Gone to the Rapture picked up awards for Audio Achievement and Music, with voice actress Merle Dandridge awarded best Performer for her performance as Kate Collins.
But it was Fallout 4 that came away with the most prestigious award of the night, winning Best Game. Best British Game, meanwhile, was awarded to Batman: Arkham Knight, with other British game Until Dawn picking up an award for Original Property.
John Carmack, the co-founder of DOOM creators id Software, was also awarded a BAFTA Fellowship "for his outstanding and exceptional creative contribution to the industry".
You can check out the full list of winners below: