Game Informer's Seventh Annual Glitchie Awards

With rising budgets and team sizes, creating video games continues to get more expensive and difficult. Rarely does a game release without a significant day one patch that features critical, last-second changes. But every once and a while we encounter a glitch or bug that puts a smile instead of a scowl on our faces. 

We celebrate these hilarious, immersion shattering mistakes each year with The Glitchies. As with every year, it’s tough to beat the animation and physics fails from EA Sports’ FIFA franchise, which has already been inducted in the hall of fame. FIFA once again put forth an impressive effort, but we found several other great bugs worth sharing as well. Enjoy!

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Assassin’s Creed: Ezio Collection: THAT FACE THO

[Source: Polygon]

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Nothing To See/Hear/Feel Here
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Skyrim Special Edition – Horsing Around
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Assassin’s Creed: Ezio Collection – The Ascension
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[Source:@GiantBlueMidget

Madden NFL 17 – A New Way To Score
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Dead Rising 4 – Shopping District
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The Division – Brow Beating
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NBA 2K17 – Now With More Balls!
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No Man’s Sky – Face Walkers
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Mafia III – Boat Fail
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[Source:@lucyjamesgames

WWE 2K17 – Shooting Ladders
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FIFA 17 – When You Come At The King, You Best Not Miss (Compilation)
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Glitch of the Year:
Battlefield 1 – Zeppelin Destruction Celebration 
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If you enjoyed this year’s group, check out our previous awards hereherehereherehere, and here.

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