Whoops! BAFTA sends Forza award nomination to Codemasters

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Do you ever get your racing game developers mixed up? Do you know your Codemasters from your Criterions? Your Polyphonys from your Playgrounds?

It seems BAFTA had a little trouble with this.

BAFTA Games sent its Academy Award nomination for Xbox One launch title Forza 5 not to its developer, Turn 10, but Codemasters, creator of the Dirt, Grid and Formula One games.

Whoops! No harm done, of course, and Turn 10 and Codies have had a bit of Friday afternoon banter following the harmless gaff.

BAFTA Games has apologised for the mix-up. Surely a pint will cover it?

Now seems like an appropriate time to remind ourselves that there will no doubt be a new Forza game out this year, reportedly from Forza Horizon studio Playground, as well as a new Formula One game from Codemasters. Vroom!

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