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The Last of Us wins Writer’s Guild of America’s top videogame award

Monday, 3rd February 2014 12:37 GMT By Dave Cook

The Last of Us has won the WGA’s ‘Outstanding Achievement in Writing for Video Games’ award.

It follows confirmation that The Last of Us: Left Behind will drop February 14. Hit the link to see the expansion’s opening cinematic and official trailer.

Naughty Dog writer Neil Druckmann won the WGA’s top videogame award at a ceremony in New York on February 1, beating several competing titles to the gong.

The nominees included Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag writers Darby McDevitt, Mustapha Mahrach, Jean Guesdon, Jill Murray, Nicholas Grimwood and Mark Llabres Hill, Batman: Arkham Origins writers Dooma Wendschuh, Ryan Galletta and Corey May, Marianne Krawczyk and Ariel Lawrence for God of War: Ascension, and finally, Richard Gaubert, Orion Walker and Matt Sophos for writing Lost Planet 3.

Would you agree with Druckmann’s win? Let us know below.

Via Polygon.

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  1. TD_Monstrous69

    Congrats to Neil Druckmann, a much deserved win. Though I kinda can’t help but think from that nominees list, how could they snub Ken Levine?

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