For this edition of The Game Awards, the organizers decided to give fans a voice and vote with the Player’s Voice category, which allows the community to choose their favorite game of 2020. That said, it seems that some were not happy with how things, since apparently the vote was hacked.
What happens is that the Player’s Voice award is already in its third and final round. In it DOOM Eternal; Ghost of Tsushima; Hades; Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales and The Last of Us: Part II are vying for public preference.
If you go to see the results right now, you will see that Ghost of Tsushima has 100% of the votes. It is a situation that is not possible since a few hours ago The Last of Us: Part II was dominating with 44% of the votes, while Ghost of Tsushima had 33% of the public’s preference.
So, everything indicates that someone decided to alter the website of The Game Awards 2020 to try to give a unanimous victory to Ghost of Tsushima. This since it is impossible that any of the other games do not have any vote; especially since The Last of Us: Part II had a considerable advantage.
THE HACK HAS NOT BEEN CONFIRMED AND IS ONLY A THEORY
Now, it is important to note that no one has confirmed that it is indeed a hack. So far, The Game Awards 2020 organizers have not said they have been hacked. Nor have we found anyone who has been held responsible for this fact.
And to you, what do you think of this news? Who would you like to win the Player’s Voice award? Tell us in the comments.
The Game Awards will take place on Thursday, December 10.