The Steam Awards 2017 Winners Revealed; Includes PUBG, Cuphead, The Witcher 3, and More

Steam's annual community voted The Steam Awards for 2017 have been announced, with 2017 titles like PUBG and Cuphead winning along with a few old favorites.

on January 4, 2018 3:59 PM

2017 was an embarrassment of riches when it came to the year in games, and with the year now behind us, Steam’s annual user-voted awards gave a spotlight to the best titles of 2017, while also throwing in a few nods to some old favorites of the past.

Valve has revealed the winners of its annual The Steam Awards over on the retailer’s front page honoring the best games of 2017, though not in a traditional sense. Unlike most other year-end awards that honor the games that specifically released in 2017, The Steam Awards (which are user-voted) include more of a mix of the new and old, as several titles from the past few years found their way into the list of winners alongside the hot new titles from this year.

Specifically, several of this year’s biggest titles like PlayerUnknown’s BattlegroundsCuphead, and The Evil Within 2 found their way to the top of The Steam Awards, while old favorites like The Witcher 3: Wild HuntStardew ValleyGarry’s Mod, and more were awarded by the Steam Community.

The Steam Awards 2017 winners list can be found below:

  • Choices Matter
    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
  • Mom’s Spaghetti
    PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
  • Labor of Love
    Warframe
  • Suspension of Disbelief
    Rocket League
  • The World Is Grim Enough Let’s Just All Get Along
    Stardew Valley
  • No Apologies
    The Witcher: Enhanced Edition
  • Defies Description
    Garry’s Mod
  • Cry Havoc And Let Slip The Dogs Of War
    Just Cause 3
  • Haunts My Dreams
    Counter-strike: Global Offensive
  • Soul Of Vitruvius
    Rise of the Tomb Raider
  • Whoooaaaaaaa, Dude! 2.0
    The Evil Within 2
  • Best Soundtrack
    Cuphead
  • Even Better Than I Expected
    Cuphead
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